What You'll Get
Without modern electronics, mankind would have limited access to Bach's symphonies, Hitchcock's films, and Bob Saget's dog and baby voice-overs. Stock up on entertaining appliances with today's Groupon: for $49, you get $100 toward electronic products and services at Hear No Evil.
Serving gadget enthusiasts since 1978, Hear No Evil can equip any home or vehicle with the latest stereos, TVs, speakers, and sound- and vision-enhancing devices. The massive showroom boasts gizmos from brands such as Samsung, Krell, Alpine, and JL Audio, and the enthusiastic employees help customers with challenges attendant to purchasing audiovisual electronics, from figuring out which stereo system to buy to cloning a doppelgänger for helping them watch every episode of X-Files. Sandwich a music-loving brain in a pair of Grado SR60I headphones ($80), outfit a new set of wheels with two Kenwood KFC-1362S speakers ($50), or blast favorite tunes from a desktop or nightstand with a compact and stylish Zeppelin Mini iPod dock ($250). The expert staff can also install a newly purchased car stereo ($35+) or speakers ($50+), or put together a complicated home-theater system without requiring customers to lift a finger or translate stereo instructions written in Etruscan.
Hear No Evil will match local competitors’ prices on electronic products.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 10, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may but 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required for installation services. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hear No Evil
Serving gadget enthusiasts since 1978, Hear No Evil can equip any home or vehicle with the latest stereos, TVs, speakers, and sound- and vision-enhancing devices. The massive showroom boasts gizmos from brands such as Samsung, Krell, Alpine, and JL Audio. Enthusiastic employees help customers with challenges such as purchasing audiovisual electronics, figuring out which stereo system to buy, or cloning a doppelgänger to help them watch every episode of The X Files. Versatile electronic experts draw from a wide range of knowledge to program and design custom sound systems for vehicles, businesses, and living spaces.