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Charles de Caulle Cres

Charles de Caulle Cres

Centurion

0169

Gauteng

South Africa

Radio Dealers – Retail

While the newer cell phone market has virtually done away with the traditional clock radio and its bigger brother the ‘boom-box’, retail radio dealers are still selling a number of other kinds of radios.
 
Today the most popular kind of radio being sold is the car radio. Retailers for these devices stock a huge number of brands and designs. The dealer can now provide tailor made products with built in CD and ‘flash’ player. They also offer the kind of speakers and sub-hoofers that complement the power and watt output of the radio. While the world of radio still creates compelling listening for millions of people during everyday peak hour traffic, the retail market for better quality radio is also seeing an increase in their frequency of customers.
 
CB radios too have been as popular as ham radios which are used for personal communication. In line with this, most retailers also offer two way radios used mostly by emergency and security people. Some short wave radios have a limited range and capacity. Hence, the dealer would be able to assess the needs of the customer and then make the best possible suggestion.
 
Along with this market, radio dealers also stock a number of spares, speakers and other wiring for sound. The retailor should also offer guarantees of all the popular brands of radios. Along with this guarantee, after sales service is important for those retailors that have a long term view of customer satisfaction.
 
For more information about retail radio dealers, visit the Yellowpages website.

Radio Dealers – Retail

While the newer cell phone market has virtually done away with the traditional clock radio and its bigger brother the ‘boom-box’, retail radio dealers are still selling a number of other kinds of radios.
 
Today the most popular kind of radio being sold is the car radio. Retailers for these devices stock a huge number of brands and designs. The dealer can now provide tailor made products with built in CD and ‘flash’ player. They also offer the kind of speakers and sub-hoofers that complement the power and watt output of the radio. While the world of radio still creates compelling listening for millions of people during everyday peak hour traffic, the retail market for better quality radio is also seeing an increase in their frequency of customers.
 
CB radios too have been as popular as ham radios which are used for personal communication. In line with this, most retailers also offer two way radios used mostly by emergency and security people. Some short wave radios have a limited range and capacity. Hence, the dealer would be able to assess the needs of the customer and then make the best possible suggestion.
 
Along with this market, radio dealers also stock a number of spares, speakers and other wiring for sound. The retailor should also offer guarantees of all the popular brands of radios. Along with this guarantee, after sales service is important for those retailors that have a long term view of customer satisfaction.
 
For more information about retail radio dealers, visit the Yellowpages website.

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