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  • Is a circuit city performance plan for a sub really worth it?

    i found a 10" pioneer TS-250R 500W sub for $36(open box) in CC y'day. the replacement plan is $15. Is it really worth it?
    400W Power Amplifier -$25
    P3 laptop mobo-$30ish
    128MB RAM-$10
    6GB+80GB 2.5" HDDs-$130
    GPS-$60
    7" TS Lilliput-$280
    10" pioneer 500w sub-$55
    sony xm-3020 30W amp-$10
    jensen 340W A34XP amp-$40
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  • #2
    For an open box i'd say yes.
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    • #3
      and if I remember correctly they replace it no matter what you do to it
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      • #4
        Originally posted by jcdillin
        and if I remember correctly they replace it no matter what you do to it
        hehehe shall i corrupt this thread? i have dirty thoughts.....


        EDIT: for $15 do it and then if you **** it get a new one. it's like any accidental goods cover - make sure you use and abuse the system!

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        • #5
          i usually turn the sound up 45 days before the plans expire, and i "accidently" blow my subs...
          I had a perfect quote to go here,
          but hell only knows what I did with it....

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          • #6
            Yes it is worth it. Problems probably will arise after the 30 day mark because none of those guys know how to install anything.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by lgbr
              Yes it is worth it. Problems probably will arise after the 30 day mark because none of those guys know how to install anything.

              hahaha,,,, nice. i'm getting it then. i mean count me in too.
              400W Power Amplifier -$25
              P3 laptop mobo-$30ish
              128MB RAM-$10
              6GB+80GB 2.5" HDDs-$130
              GPS-$60
              7" TS Lilliput-$280
              10" pioneer 500w sub-$55
              sony xm-3020 30W amp-$10
              jensen 340W A34XP amp-$40
              mp3car.com resources and members- priceless

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              • #8
                20hz free-air sine waves anyone? Or how about a nice 60hz outlet tone? Seems like service plans would be fun

                But then again, I dont want any of the subwoofers they have their, along with any of their other car audio stuff.

                Matt

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                • #9
                  Yeah, I've been making some videos of speakers VS 110 AC ... :P It's a great way to get a warranty exchange when you need one.

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                  • #10
                    wow, i'd like to see those videos, link?

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                    • #11
                      hey yeah get the warrenty plan its worth it i got it on my amps :-P

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                      • #12
                        Don't buy any CC warranties. I used to work there, I also know two kids at my own high school that got totally *****ed by it... WE (not me, CC) messed his subs up, and when they went out for repair, they got lost.

                        I didnt work in the car audio department, but from what I gathered they got screwed hardcore.

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