Posted on 23rd February, 2018


The big question hanging around like an elephant in a room for HiFi stores whenever they renovate is “What do we do with our expensive gear?”

That’s a dilemma Sydney HiFi faces as it plots a seriously major revamp of its Castle Hill store.

The store has tons of audition rooms, and each is crammed with desirable demo and floor stock equipment.

The mere thought of paint, detergents, plaster dust or any of the other by-products of a renovation reaching this precious stock was too much for the store’s staff to consider protective covers. Or repacking each component, heavens forbid.

What other choice was there other than to clear the stock in the form of a Renovation Sale. Not one of these pretend sales some retailers like to pretend they’re having to get consumers through the door.

Sydney HiFi Castle Hill's sale would be a genuine renovation sale with loads of bargains for early shoppers.

There’s plenty to choose from because the store stocks all the best brands including B&W, Chord, NAD, Parasound, Yamaha, Audio Physic, Kharma, Audioquest and tons of others.

The renovations start soon, but the bargain-priced floor and demo stock is available now.

To find out what’s on offer either drop into the store or make a phone call now.

Sydney Hi-Fi Castle Hill

Visit Sydney HiFi for more information.


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Peter Familari

One of the veterans of the Australian HiFi industry, Peter was formerly the Audio-Video Editor of the Herald Sun for over two decades. One of the most-respected audio journalists in Australia, Peter brings his unparalleled experience and a unique story-telling ability to StereoNET.

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