04-15-2012 02:42 AM
Dear Best Buy,
I used to be a very loyal Best Buy shopper. Best Buy was my favorite store. But then you began to sell large, ugly sounding, subwoofer speakers for cars. Every time I walked into your store, I was bombarded by loud, booming, head-splitting bass from your car audio department. All I wanted to do was get out of your store as quickly as possible. How can any normal human being shop while you allow people to play loud, annoying, obnoxious noise at ear./head-splitting levels?
The worst part is that, thanks in large part to Best Buy, we have millions of Best Buy customers who drive around our neighborhoods, playing their subwoofers as loud as they possibly can. These Best Buy customers actually laugh, joke, and brag about how much they can annoy people with their Best Buy car audio sound systems. (If you don't believe me, just check out some of the music/subwoofer videos on Youtube or read some of the car audio blogs on the internet,)
This is one of the reasons why so many people refuse to shop at Best Buy. It's the reason why I'll never buy anything at Best Buy ever again.
Shame on you Best Buy. Shopping at your store has become a miserable experience. (Once again, if you don't believe me, verify it for yourself on the internet.)
04-15-2012 08:57 AM
04-15-2012 09:53 AM
Nowhere in my original post did it say that every bass-freak on the street purchased their audio system from Best Buy. But I'll bet you a donut that most of the bass-freaks did purchase their system from Best Buy.
That loud, head-splitting, booming noise has turned Best Buy into a trashy store and has driven away many regular customers. If that's the kind of store that Best Buy wants to be then so be it. It's just another reason why so many people have turned away from Best Buy.
04-15-2012 10:15 AM
04-16-2012 06:32 AM
04-17-2012 08:50 AM
It's saddening that the audio level in our car audio department has made you not want to shop with us any longer. We'd hate to lose you as a customer; have you ever spoken with a store manager about this issue? As others have stated, the booming that you hear may be coming from a customer testing our audio components. At any rate, I'm very sorry that this has made your shopping experiences with us so miserable.