May 24, 2009 at 1:12 pm #2206
Hi people, basically am from the UK am getting a Pioneer PDP LX5090 and an Onkyo 607….. but i need speakers. I really want two Aperrion Tower speakers and am finking about adding them to a good normal 5.1 surround sound system hence making it 7.1.
I want to buy an Aperion but they don't seem to exist outside the US, can i import these speakers or does any one know if i can buy them from the UK… Also as a newbie to the speakers market am willing to spend up to £500 on speakers can anyone recommend anything?
A very big thank you in advance
May 24, 2009 at 3:54 pm #2279
Well, you won't get an answer to this until after the Memorial Day weekend from the Aperion Gurus, but from previous posts, they do not ship to Europe unless you are willing to foot the bill for shipping. And while the 5Ts won't be as heavy as my 6Ts, they will still be hefty. So you might be looking at pretty steep shipping charges. Also, you will have to find your own exporter here in the US that is willing to ship it to you. I'm pretty sure this is what the Aperion guys will tell you (unless they have recently changed their shipping policies), but I'd wait to get confirmation from them.May 25, 2009 at 12:54 pm #2275
Like Jon said, You'll need to find an exporter that will ship it to you. Aperion will gladly ship to the exporter for free, and then you pay the exporter for the across the pond costs. There should be multiple options for this, so shop around for the best price/ shipping speed…May 26, 2009 at 10:38 am #2395
Hello Sim and welcome to the forum,
Both Jon and stealth are correct we do not ship internationally, but if you have a freight forwarder here in the US we are happy to ship to them free of charge, thanks!
May 27, 2009 at 1:04 am #2319
thank you for all your input having a bit of trouble finding a freight forwarder its just such a shame Aperion don't sell outside the US, the product is very sleek, modern and is very very highly rated even amongst the most
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reviewers such as cnet. Well I still have my fingers crossed and I hope to come up with some sort of solution. Thanks for all your input
'SimMay 27, 2009 at 1:10 am #2320
thank you for all your input having a bit of trouble
finding a freight forwarder its just such a shame Aperion don't sell
outside the US, the product is very sleek, modern and is very very
highly rated even amongst the most rigorous
reviewers such as cnet. Well I still have my fingers crossed and I hope
to come up with some sort of solution. Thanks for all your input
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