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Old 21st January 2008
Lives for gear
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I agree with Ethan and Glenn, if you are on a budget, get the consult from the vendors since they're likely to give you high quality advice and high quality products. if you have someone (like me, for example) come out on-site, its going to cost you money and and while you'll end up with detailed design documentation, you'll still need to go out and build something or purchase the products, or hire someone to do installation, anyways. if your requirements are more complex than simply adding room treatments, then it may pay to hire someone. as far as cheap in our area... not likely since there are many folks in NYC (and around) who do it for fees and it doesn't pay (someone in the business) to do it for free (often) or low pricing (since product vendors provide high quality advice for free...).