Cambridge Soundworks Service Center Description and Contact Information

Cambridge Soundworks

Cambridge SoundWorks is an America based private maker and retailer of consumer audio products such as radio, home theater, and transportable speaker systems. The company has focused on the productions of Tablet radios music systems, Family of speakers, multimedia 2.1 speaker systems, home theater systems, In-Wall systems, powered Subwoofers, portable speakers and such other types of speakers. Since the inception to mid-2013, the company has introduced almost 60 different models of high performance loudspeakers and audio products including home theater and stereo, multimedia speakers and other audio electronics products. Cambridge SoundWorks is in this work since 1988, and the business was started by Henry Kloss. Cambridge SoundWorks's first retail store opened in the year 1991 in the area of Newton, Massachusetts. The company does its all work under a Singapore-based consumer electronics company, the Creative Technology Limited. The Corresponding services of Cambridge Soundworks service center are Cambridge Soundworks repair center, Cambridge Soundworks center speaker and Cambridge Soundworks customer service. To know more about SoundWorks's models, prices, stores and maintenance centers, can log on to the official website.
Registered Service Center Address
1500, South Willow Street, Manchester, NH 03103, USA.
Contact Number
+1-603-623-4434
Website
www.cambridgesoundworks.com
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Mr. RajOct 11, 2014
Need to have cambridge soundworks table top radio with wakeup alarm repaired. Model number cd88.
1. Power supply (no power to radio).
2. Broken cd player.
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Mr. Norm WoldAug 20, 2014
Hello, i love my system. The only problem is with am reception. Some stations are great, others in spite of if good signal strength (4balls) are weak and have static. An old cheap portable sounds ok. I have also tried to move the antenna.
Any suggestions.
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