Audio Research Introduces Trade Up! Program

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Audio-Research-tradein.jpgAudio Research has introduced its first ever trade-in program, allowing owners of older Audio Research electronics the opportunity to put up to 75 percent of the original MSRP value toward a new ARC product. Details are available in the press release below or at www.audioresearch.com.

From Audio Research
Audio Research has introduced a special program to US owners of older Audio Research amplifiers, preamplifiers, or phono preamplifiers to Trade Up! to current models. The 2017 Trade Up! Program is their first ever Trade Up! Program.

The Program offers US owners of qualified Audio Research models to trade in values up to 75 percent of the original MSRP of their Audio Research amplifier, preamplifier, or phono preamplifier when it is traded in toward the purchase of a new Audio Research amplifier, preamplifier, or phono preamplifier.

"We are very excited to provide owners with older audio equipment the opportunity to upgrade to newer models with the latest product features and enhancements," said David Onan, CEO and President of Audio Research. "With over 115 qualifying models, audiophiles and music lovers alike can take advantage of this special offer. This program offers a win-win situation for consumers, dealers and Audio Research. Consumers can upgrade to the newest ARC products, dealers can provide additional support and knowledge to new customers, and Audio Research can provide support to both with lasting residual value after they purchase. The fact that we can offer up to 75 percent of the original MSRP value is a testament to our products and their ability to retain high value on the secondary market as well."

A complete list of eligible units and program details can be found on audioresearch.com or at participating authorized US Audio Research Dealers. The promotional offer is good June 15 through July 31, 2017.

Additional Resources
Audio Research Debuts Reference SE Series Amplifiers at HomeTheaterReview.com.
Audio Research Announces VT80 Stereo Tube Amp at HomeTheaterReview.com.


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