Triangle Business Journal recently ran a company profile on Audio Advice. It reads in part:
“The company’s 15,000-square-foot store and showroom on Glenwood Avenue, near Raleigh’s Westgate neighborhood, includes demo home theaters ranging from a $5,000 model to one that costs $120,000. On a recent Tuesday afternoon, Newnam grabbed a magnetized iPad off a wall of the six-figure version, swiped its screen a few times, and suddenly the animated movie “Ratatouille” was playing. A Parisian grandmother was chasing two rats around her house with a shotgun. Each pull of the trigger loosed a blast of sound from huge sub-woofers under the floor, shaking the theater’s seats.
On May 1, the industry publication Electronic House declared that model as the “best home theater” of 2013 in the $75,000 to $150,000 price range, based on a version that Audio Advice installed in a customer’s house in Charlotte.”