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Theater Logic Home Cinema L6
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|Post 121 made on Saturday May 27, 2006 at 07:16|
Hmmm the website says they're worth 3100.00. Could it be that we've all been wrong?
It's not just a hobby, it's an obsession...
|Post 122 made on Saturday May 27, 2006 at 20:30|
Choices, choices . . .
The Theater Logic L6 for $3100 . . .
or these (B&W MT-30) for a similar price. Damn, it's difficult.
Last edited by djy
on May 28, 2006 04:51.
|Post 123 made on Saturday August 5, 2006 at 21:47|
On December 2, 2004 at 00:45, stupid1 said...
I'm in Houston. I bought the same system (Theater
Logic Home Cinema L6) today by the 2 young white
guys who driving the truck like you all are talking
about for $300. He showed the magazin with the
price of $2500 for the same model. Also, they
gave me the phone number from the store where
I can verify the price. I actually call that number
(and ofcourse it was a set up) I was told that
the price for that system is $2500 too. I was
too excited and bought it. After I got it home
, I was so confused why it can only be operated
by the remote control. I was wonder how I can
use it if I lost the remote control. After looking
around online to find more information about
this product...now I know that they tricked me
so damn good.
I'd like to learn from all of your guys. Can
I do anything when I still have the phone number
they gave it to me (The person answered my phone
and pretended as a shop's saleman must be their
partners). In addition, I 've written down a driver
license number of one of them (I don't know whether
it is a real ID or not). I'd appreciate for any
advice from anyone, so that there's not anyone
else to be tricked like me! Thank you for all
|Post 124 made on Sunday August 6, 2006 at 03:24|
On August 5, 2006 at 21:47, big_ug_chevy said...
You have something to say?
|Post 125 made on Saturday October 21, 2006 at 23:54|
I think you guys are being a little harsh on the people who have been taken by these con artists. Believe it or not, there are still inocent people in this world that have faith in others. I too have been made a fool of. I bought a Theater Logic L8ti system from 2 men in a white van in Heath, OH for $200.00. I have never owned an intertainment system and thought that I was getting a good deal from some nice guys. The system seems very nice, but too bad I had to learn that not everyone in the world is good. Hopefully, someone else may learn from our mistakes before this happens to them.
|Post 126 made on Sunday October 22, 2006 at 19:59|
Cathy: chances are that you won't read this. But let me ask you this. Why did you think you were getting a good price? stolen? extra inventory that got bought but never installed?.....
the problem is many people think they took advantage of the situation. Most here were probably looking to gloat, read the first post or two and realize that the good deal of 200$ for a 2000$ system is a bad deal of 200$ for a 40$ system. And then get PO.
|Post 127 made on Sunday October 22, 2006 at 21:23|
And those of us that have been here a while find it entertaining to see all the fools part with their money. I was recently approached by these guys and I really beleive that you were trying to rip off the "man" and you got burned. Now you want revenge for being burned, but it is okay for you to rip someone else off.
Well most who have posted here, then we never hear back form them.
When good enough is not good enough.
|Post 128 made on Monday October 23, 2006 at 16:08|
Well, you guys will like this.
I'm in Indiana, and i'm an audio/video enthusiast. My wife knows this, and my birthday was last month. The Theater-Tech-ScamMobile showed up near a local bank, and the 2 guys did their routine on the wife. She came home and me and my buddy were drinking beer and shootin pool. She was really excited to tell me about the deal she just got from these two guys in a silver F-250 pickup (not the usual white van). When she showed me the box, sure enough it was the Theater Logic L6. She paid $500. Me and my bud jumped in the truck and went looking for a silver F-250 with Texas plates. Amazingly, after a half hour or so, we found them near another bank parking lot.
We followed them to a mall on the north side of Indy, and we decided to become "customers." My buddy Mike went to the ATM, and I just sat outside the truck and smoked. Sure enough, the two dudes came by and tried to sell me the speakers. They had a Fed-Ex packing slip and everything. I said I was interested, but I wanted to exchange the money and merchandise behind the building. I waited on Mike to get back to the truck, and they should've known that something was up since we're both really big guys...and they follow us around back. Well, needless to say, they both were pulled out of the truck, it was quick, maybe 5 minutes, and we were out of there with exactly $500 (i'm not a thief), and there were two pretty unhappy little scamsters on the pavement.
So, if you see a silver F-250 around Indy, and one of the guys inside has a pretty messed up grill, and probably a busted jaw, don't buy speakers from them.
|Post 129 made on Sunday November 19, 2006 at 00:27|
hi,same thing happnd wth me.there were three people in white van.i bought thater logic l6 for 120 dollars.but it doesnt have remote and its voice is too low that i can barely hear it.so plz tell me wat i hv to do next.smthng can be happen to increase voice or thats garbage?plz help me!thankyou....
|Post 130 made on Sunday November 19, 2006 at 01:33|
Alas I doubt there's much we can do from afar.
You might be able to get someone local to check them out, but I think it'll be a case of throwing good money after bad. I suggest you just accept that you've been had and save up for something decent.
|Post 131 made on Wednesday November 22, 2006 at 13:26|
djy, you were so friendly in that post... Was that guy from GB or something? I really couldn't understand a bloody thing he said...
It's not just a hobby, it's an obsession...
|Post 132 made on Wednesday November 22, 2006 at 14:57|
On November 22, 2006 at 13:26, Marky_Mark896 said...
djy, you were so friendly in that post
Caught me at a good time.
Was that guy from GB or something?
White van man is alive and well over here, but I'm not so sure about Theater Logic speakers (we have enough rubbish of our own anyway). So no, I don't believe he is.
I really couldn't understand a bloody thing he said...
The likelihood is a setting or connection problem, but without any further information it's a waste of time speculating.
|Post 133 made on Sunday February 4, 2007 at 02:42|
I'll tell ya, sounds like a lot of complaining when you haven't even hooked them up.....
They really aren't bad units, I give them away free to me customers and they love them. The company advertises them w/sky high retail prices to stimulate GREED but they really are OK systems. They sure beat the heck out of the stuff for $700.00 and So on in the big box stores. If you really want the professional sound then pay the price, (upwards to 6 grand) and impress yourself and your friends but it's a great alternative to high price units and they do a good job.
If you need a remote I'm sure that I can ask the manufacturer to send me some and I'll fix you up.... For my cost!!!! Shouldn't be more than a couple of dollars, I will arrange it so that they send it to you COD if you like and I'll tell you what the cost is before it comes..
Remember, anyone can overprice or try to steal extra money from you, (i/e car dealers and jewelry stores) but you can't really blame that on the speakers.... Hell we all thought that Enron was on the up and up, hahahaha.. They wore suits and drove Rolls' Royce's....................
Try the ones that you bought, I think that you will like them, I and my customers love em, (but they also got theirs free), thanks for listening to me, hope it helps you.
The average cost for a set of those wholesale is about $200.00 my cost........ So they didn't go and buy a new car with your money.
|Post 134 made on Sunday February 4, 2007 at 13:02|
Another very satisfied customer.
|Post 135 made on Sunday February 4, 2007 at 15:46|
I wonder what parking lot this guy was selling in when he posted this?
It's not just a hobby, it's an obsession...
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