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thedeep's Avatar thedeep 09:29 PM 03-31-2010
I'm looking to compile a list of san francisco bay area hifi and ht shops for speaker auditioning.

this is what I have so far, please let me know if something is out of date:

House of Music
555 9th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103-4430
(415) 255-0888
houseofmusicsf.com

Music Lovers Audio
2295 Bush Street
san francisco, CA 94115
(415) 345-8111
and
2116 Blake Street
Berkeley, CA 94704-2716
(510) 558-1000
musicloversaudio.com

San Francisco Stereo & Theater
2201 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94114-1612
(415) 861-1044
futuresoundav.com

Audio Vision San Francisco
1603 Pine Street
San Francisco, CA 94109-4524
(415) 614-1118
audiovisionsf.com

Performance Audio
2847 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94115-2515
(415) 441-6427

Harmony Audio Video
333 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127-1411
(415) 661-2525
harmonyaudiovideo.com

Century Stereo
450 El Paseo De Saratoga
San Jose, CA 95130
(408) 341-1950
centurystereo.com

Audible Arts
412 East Campbell Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008-2023
(408) 376-0861
audiblearts.com

Audio High
165 Moffett Boulevard
Mountain View, CA 94043
(650) 964-4000
audiohigh.com

Paradise Audio & Video
1750 Saratoga Avenue
San Jose, CA 95129
(408) 378-3220
paradise-sound.com

stir fry a lot's Avatar stir fry a lot 09:59 PM 03-31-2010
Are you on Bimmerforums? Your name seems familiar. Attached is a couple links to local HT shops.
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thedeep's Avatar thedeep 10:28 PM 03-31-2010
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Originally Posted by stir fry a lot View Post

Are you on Bimmerforums? Your name seems familiar. Attached is a couple links to local HT shops.

no, but I would be if they hadn't bangled the m3. I guess I'm waiting for whatever is after the e90, or just save for the r8.

thanks for the list. North bay shops are welcome as well.
Santapimp27's Avatar Santapimp27 11:06 PM 03-31-2010
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Originally Posted by thedeep View Post

no, but I would be if they hadn't bangled the m3. I guess I'm waiting for whatever is after the e90, or just save for the r8.

thanks for the list. North bay shops are welcome as well.

The e92 m3 is a love hate kinda thing. i like the look though.

And instead of the R8, just pick up the next m5 when it comes out. TTV8 proven to make 650+ with bolt on's and a mild tune. Not bad for a huge sedan that can be driven everyday lol
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