Factory B-Stock Yamaha HS50's

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Factory B-Stock Yamaha HS50's

Post by speedy_the_drummer » Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:20 am

Is it a bad idea to buy b-stock studio monitors? They are $100 less than a new pair.

Comes with the manufacturers warranty and the sellers warranty.

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Post by casey campbell » Mon Mar 22, 2010 10:48 am

not a bad idea at all.

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Post by nortstudio » Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:41 am

There is a review going up soon of the HS50s on the freqControl site. I have been using them for quite a while now, and still feel they were the best choice in the price range. At $100 off, you really can't go wrong.

If you are nervous about the "used" factor, check to see how much the replacement woofers/tweaters are going for. Worst case, you have to buy replacements.

Check out the review at: http://www.freqControl.com
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Post by Front End Audio » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:33 am

B-stock can mean a lot of things. It could be a returned item or a discontinued item. It could also mean that there was an issue with the packaging so the item is A-stock but the packaging was not up to the company standards. Our policy with B-Stock is we will not take it on a return but if there is something wrong with the product we will make sure you have a working product. Either way you get a warranty and a great deal!

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