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Went to the local BB and noticed their guitar selection was not as plentiful as I remembered. Also they had a load of pedals on sale for half off. I asked the employee what gives. He told me they are getting out of the music instrument business as of May 18th. All their guitars were on clearance at 20% off. He said they are going to discount them more the closer they get to May 18th. If you are looking for gear, check it out, you can probably score some good deals. Just an FYI.




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In an announcement to be made today, Best Buy Inc (opens in new tab)., the largest consumer electronics retailer in the US, will announce that it plans to open as many as 85 "musical instrument centers" inside its stores by the end of the year, and could add even more locations in the future.


"We're not just extending the shelf space in the store, we're creating a designated area specifically for this experience," said Kevin Balon, the company's vice president of musical instruments. "And we're trying to create an authentic and genuine musical instrument store look and feel inside of Best Buy."


The Richfield, Minnesota-based retailer - already an industry leader in sales of everything from digital cameras to video games - will use its headfirst jump into the $8 billion US musical instrument market to carve out new revenue opportunities as sales of CDs and DVDs slow.


Best Buy's selection will include everything from accessories to high-end basses, guitars, drums, keyboards and DJ equipment. Instruments will be housed in separate rooms and the company also plans to offer group music lessons.


Olivia, 18, is a part of Hope Community, a Minneapolis nonprofit that is focused on creating connections that strengthen the power of community members and communities. The organization hosts a Best Buy Teen Tech Center where teens have state-of-the art equipment and mentorship that allow them to develop new tech skills and discover passions.


Sound of Music operated nine stores throughout Minnesota by 1978.[25] In 1981, the Roseville, Minnesota, Sound of Music location, at the time the largest and most profitable Sound of Music store, was hit by a tornado.[22] The store's roof was sheared off and showroom destroyed, but the storeroom was left intact.[22][26] In response, Schulze decided to have a "Tornado Sale" of damaged and excess stock in the damaged store's parking lot.[22] He poured the remainder of his marketing budget into advertising the sale, promising "best buys" on everything.[26] Sound of Music made more money during the four-day sale than it did in a typical month.[23]


In July 2008, Best Buy announced that it would start selling musical instruments and related gear in over 80 of its retail stores, making the company the second-largest musical-instrument distributor in the US.[61] Best Buy became the first third-party retail seller of Apple's iPhone in September.[62] Later that month, the company agreed to acquire Napster for $121 million.[63] In December, Best Buy opened its first store in Mexico.[64]


Despite an increase in sales of computer equipment due to an increase in remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic, Best Buy laid off over 5,000 employees in early 2021 and forced many others into part-time positions.[84]


Best Buy sells consumer electronics and a variety of related merchandise, including software, video games, music, mobile phones, digital cameras, car stereos, and video cameras, in addition to home appliances (washing machines, dryers, and refrigerators), in a noncommissioned sales environment.[2] Under the Geek Squad brand, Best Buy offers computer repair, warranty service, and accidental service plans.[2] Best Buy provides an online community forum for members, where consumers can discuss product experiences, ask questions, and get answers from other members or retail product experts.[86]


In the second quarter of 2007, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal ordered an investigation into the company's use of an in-store website alleged to have misled customers on item sales prices.[93] In December 2007, the Los Angeles Times reported on the same issue, in which some customers claimed they thought they were surfing the Internet version of bestbuy.com at an in-store kiosk only to learn that the site reflected in-store prices only. In response, company spokesperson Sue Busch indicated the in-store kiosks were not intended for price-match purposes and rather were a means to navigate in-store availability. Since the initial investigation, a banner was placed on the in-store site to make its customers more aware of the difference.[94]


If you're looking to add wireless music to your hi-fi, then you've come to the right place. Even stubborn enthusiasts of physical formats have to admit that online streaming has become inescapable and for music lovers, it most likely plays a significant part in daily listening habits.


But if it's important to you that your music sounds the best it possibly can, no matter how you choose to listen, then a dedicated network audio streamer is a must-have for your digital hi-fi needs. Whether you're looking to play locally stored lossless files or access CD-quality tracks from top-tier music subscription services, choosing one of the best music streamers is the best way to do them justice.


But while other hi-fi separates such as a turntable or CD player just have a simple job to do, a music streamer (or network audio streamer) has to manage many different wireless sources as well as be able to play music files from local storage on your network.


Whatever your budget, music streamers are a great way to upgrade your sonic experience from a simple wireless speaker. If you love the convenience but want better sound and have the room and budget to accommodate a stereo system, a hi-fi streamer is the way to go.


Sonically it retains Bluesound's entertaining character presented with greater refinement and detail than in previous iterations. At this money, it represents one of the most enjoyable and comprehensive ways of adding music streaming to your hi-fi system.


Its proprietary software may not be exemplary, and its chassis design may not win a best-dressed award, but if you can get over that, you will be rewarded with the best-sounding performer available for this money.


So, the same winning sound quality as the original with even more features to play with. It's no wonder that it retained the What Hi-Fi? Award for best music streamer priced between 750-1000.


The Technics SA-C600 is an elegant all-in-one system to which you simply add speakers. It has a CD player, built-in phono stage and a raft of analogue and digital connections, but it's as a music streamer where this Technics shines.


Audiolab's first standalone music streamer is the third component in the company's mid-range 6000 Series, following the 6000A integrated amplifier and the 6000CDT CD transport. And it borrows tech and features from both. With the same DAC chip from the amp and circuit design from the transport, it presents a capable and composed sound with an inviting openness and a good honest, down-the-middle tonal balance.


A streamer, DAC and preamplifier combination, this NAD is a real Swiss Army knife of a hi-fi component. It uses Bluesound's BluOS streaming platform and app, which brings access to Spotify, Amazon Music, Tidal, Deezer, Qobuz, HDTracks and more, as well as local and networked music. It supports files up to 32-bit/192kHz, including MQA, of which over 250,000 tracks can be indexed, and there's Bluetooth aptX HD and Apple AirPlay 2.


So how does the C 658 sound? Very good indeed. It's impressively expressive and really involves you in the music, while dynamics have a natural fluidity. As the hub of a system, it's all-encompassing.


Just remember - you'll need a separate power supply, which will cost you another few thousand. So it'll certainly cost you a pretty penny. But then you're paying for quality - everything from the structural design to the sophisticated power supply arrangement and purist analogue audio circuitry helps to get the very best sound possible.


Sonically the Atom HE has all the traits we'd expect from the Atom, characterised by impressive insight, dynamism and musicality. But its presentation is even more sophisticated and open with greater separation of instruments and superb levels of detail.


CDs, SACDs, Bluetooth and music streamed over a network - this is a player for the 21st century. It's both Chromecast and AirPlay-enabled for easy connectivity and goes high quality on the wireless, too, thanks to MQA support.


Ergonomically, you can't argue with it. The precision controls and the silky smooth disc drawer feel top-notch, even if it's a little squished up to one side for aesthetics. Likewise, the software for the streaming control isn't the best we've seen, but it definitely gets the job done.


We always ensure we spend plenty of time with a music streamer, making sure they are thoughtfully run in before we begin testing and trying them with different speakers, file formats, streaming services and music genres.


Teens have the opportunity to build robots and compete as a team, write and record music, create a brand by mastering Adobe Creative Suite, tell a story with state-of-the-art video equipment, and level up their artwork with technological integration.


Family Service Best Buy Teen Tech Center has remained open. Staff are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of our participants. Including cleaning and disinfecting after each use of the equipment, limiting the number of participants allowed in the Center to 10 at one time, providing hand sanitizer and handwashing stations, and adhering to all CDC and City of San Antonio requirements. The recording studio will be closed all summer to help ensure the safety of everyone at the Teen Tech Center.


There is a range of technology, free to use, at Family Service Best Buy Teen Tech Center! Including computers with design software, screen printers, 3D printers, cameras, darkroom, DJ equipment, drums, keyboards, and more! 041b061a72


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