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Ultimate Electronics

2 star rating 3 Reviews

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2555 E Tropicana AveLas Vegas, NV 89121


  • Ultimate Electronics - Las Vegas, NV -  masterlopez

    Reviews: 96

    Circuit City Distance Brother
    masterlopez (96 reviews)

    This place is like another Circuit City but more pricy and less merchandise. I came here a couple of time to see if they ever have any sales, they do but "come on, who are they fooling". Their sales-rep are always talking amoung themselfs. Come to think of it all the time I came into this place I never purchased anything. What does that tell you.

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  • Ultimate Electronics - Las Vegas, NV -  adobe77

    Reviews: 132

    adobe77 (132 reviews)

    Ultimate Electronics is supposedly a "high end" electronics dealer but, the only ultimate thing I found there was prices. In looking for a car stereo system I ended up purchacing one for $300 less online.

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  • Ultimate Electronics - Las Vegas, NV -  pwarrick

    Reviews: 8

    Disappointing service
    pwarrick (8 reviews)

    For a retailer that's aiming at high-end audio/video, it's surprising that my experience was so low-tech. In the market for an HDTV, I dropped by to compare features and prices. The salesperson seemed completely lost. Although he offered bottled water (3 times), he seemed unable to provide any information whatsoever about the products. Worse, if you're shopping for an HDTV, wouldn't it make sense that they'd have their demonstration models connected to the best-quality signal possible? Instead, they have practically the entire showroom connected to a single over-the-air signal from an antenna on the roof. Under the best of circumstances, splitting it between 40-50 sets would degrade it, which probably explained why the pictures were so disappointing. There were a couple of sets that were connected to HD VHS recorders, and the difference was what makes people say "wow" when they see an HD picture. I ended up not purchasing there.

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