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Specialty dealer/custom integrator Stereo Exchange took advantage of its high-profile retail location on New York City’s Broadway in the heart of Greenwich Village this spring to wine and dine its clients while giving them a lesson or two on the difference that great sound can make to an entertainment experience.

Specialty dealer/custom integrator Stereo Exchange took advantage of its high-profile retail location on New York City’s Broadway in the heart of Greenwich Village this past week to wine and dine its clients while giving them a lesson or two on the difference that great sound can make to an entertainment experience.

Though it is deliciously tempting to embrace a French proverb as luscious as “Il est impossible de trope de luxe” (It is impossible to overdo luxury), a quick survey of real estate marketing these days might persuade you otherwise. The words luxury, luxurious and the hipper “luxe” have become as common as the words “For Sale” on signs, regardless of a condo or loft’s actual attributes. And in what’s increasingly becoming the buyer’s market of 2008, developers are being forced to come up with substantial specs to back up their exuberant claims of luxury living. Enter “technomenities,” pre-wired A/V and smart-home applications

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