A Can’t Miss Pick TV Pick for March Madness

A Can’t Miss Pick TV Pick for March Madness

After careful planning of your NCAA tournament bracket on Selection Sunday, your well thought out picks have undoubtedly been a victim of a few upsets. But one thing every knowledgeable basketball fan knows is that higher seeded teams almost always win the tournament. In fact, a number one seeded team has made the final four all but two years. Even though your chances of picking a perfect March Madness bracket are 9.2 quintillion to 1, there is one decision that is a can’t miss…the Sharp 835 series. We carry many premium TVs in our showroom, but this series is very special. Coming in 60, 52, 46 and 40-inch screen sizes, this TV uses Quattron technology, meaning it adds an extra yellow pixel to enhance the picture quality. With built-in Wi-Fi it is capable of streaming Netflix and Hulu wirelessly. The 835 series also comes with Sharp’s AquoMotion 240 technology, improving picture quality by virtually eliminating blur and artifacts from fast-moving onscreen action sequences, perfect for a high intensity basketball games. Also unique to the 835 series is Quad Pixel Plus, which improves image resolution. And for your other home technology components, the Sharp 835 series has four HDMI ports. Like a great college basketball coach, we went after the best talent, which is why we are the only store in St. Louis to carry the Sharp 835 series. Other big box stores carry a lesser model, without the necessary features for quality screen control. Don’t be fooled by their claims that other models are an equivalent, they are not. If you want to experience March Madness like it was...
The Sound Room to Merge Chesterfield and Creve Coeur Locations

The Sound Room to Merge Chesterfield and Creve Coeur Locations

The custom retailer is looking to expand into new markets March 1, 2011: CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – The Sound Room, St. Louis’s premier custom home and audio retailer, has announced it will be merging the Creve Coeur location into the Chesterfield location, to better serve their customers and allow for future expansion into other markets. “Our business model has changed over the years, with us often going to the customer’s home. It no longer makes sense to have two redundant showrooms within ten miles,” said David Young, The Sound Room president. “The move will allow us to operate more efficiently out of our Chesterfield location and make a probable jump into other markets.” The Sound Room has operated two retail stores in West St. Louis County for 25 years and will be relocating staff to the Chesterfield location. By merging the two locations, the company will be able to increase the number premium products on display, for a better sampling by customers. “We’ve had a lot of success in a challenging year and much of that has come from staying ahead of the shifting home technology market,” said Young. “This move is just another step to growing The Sound Room and allows us to focus on some new categories.” In 2010, The Sound Room was named No. 26 on the CE Pro Top 100 list, which ranks the country’s top custom integrators by revenue. The company also received the award for Business of the Year from the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce. In anticipation for the merger, the Creve Coeur location will be holding a moving sale to liquidate inventory. Premium...