Thursday, June 21st 2018

be quiet! Opens Service Center in the United States

be quiet!, the market leader in PC power supplies in Germany for twelve consecutive years, recently introduced the Dark Base 700, Dark Rock 4, Dark Rock Pro 4, and the Straight Power 11 series to the U.S. market. be quiet! is now announcing the opening of its U.S. based service center. Customers buying premium products expect premium service. be quiet! does its best to ensure their shipped products have zero defects, but when a customer needs help, it is of the utmost importance that they are assisted as quickly as possible.

"The L.A. based service center is a commitment to our U.S. based customers," said Stanislav Minkin, be quiet! General Manager. "With local technicians, be quiet! can provide support directly to the end-user, minimizing repair times and offering fast solutions to customers' problems and claims"
The service center is intended for both consumer and business customers. If necessary, support will come in the form of product service or replacement, while other issues may require no more than sending spare parts to the customer. With a local warehouse and knowledgeable, committed employees, be quiet! promises all its customers a great product and service experience.

If a customer has an issue with a be quiet! product, needs spare parts, or simply wants assistance with assembly or installation, they are free to directly contact the be quiet! U.S. service center for after-sales support.

Contact details:
Listan USA Inc.
RMA Department
21788 Garcia Lane
City of Industry, CA. 91789

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm UTC-7
Phone: +1 (833) 423-7843 / (+1 (833) 4bequiet)
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5 Comments on be quiet! Opens Service Center in the United States

#1
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
Hit them up for some freebee's and do a joint TPU/BeQuiet publicity Giveaway :)
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#2
Hood
They wouldn't let them call the company "shut the f**k up", so they had to settle for "be quiet". Their products are fairly decent in general, and their PSUs are made by Fortron, HEC, Seasonic, and FSP.
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#3
cucker tarlson
"Hood said:
They wouldn't let them call the company "shut the f**k up", so they had to settle for "be quiet". Their products are fairly decent in general, and their PSUs are made by Fortron, HEC, Seasonic, and FSP.
or "oh why don't you shut the hell up already"

but seriously, do you know which units are seasonic made ? bq has excellent service in Poland, might be my next pus brand, I just wanna know which line to buy and which to avoid since it's all about the oem.
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#4
looniam
"cucker tarlson said:
or "oh why don't you shut the hell up already"

but seriously, do you know which units are seasonic made ? bq has excellent service in Poland, might be my next pus brand, I just wanna know which line to buy and which to avoid since it's all about the oem.
here:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page1354.htm

the 3 season OEM units are discontinued but might be floating around some (e)retailers.
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#5
bug
Do they really offer a professional rock?
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