JB Hi-Fi Catalogue Sales ends 20 May 2015. Instant deals


Latest JB Hi-Fi catalogue specials: $1,998 Panasonic TH-55CS610A 55" Full HD LED-LCD TV; $398 Acer E5-511- C1K2 15.6" Notebook; $1,296 Soniq U58V14A 58" UHD LED-LCD Smart TV; $798 Toshiba Satellite L50-B02R 15.6" Notebook; $3,496 Samsung UA60JU6400W 60" Ultra HD LED-LCD Smart TV; $99 Seagate Expansion 1.5TB Portable HDD; $698 Microsoft Surface 3 … [Read more...]

JB Hi-Fi Catalogue Sales ends 13 May 2015. Iconia Tab 8


Latest JB Hi-Fi catalogue specials: $198 Iconia Tab 8; $24 9Nutri Ninja BL480 with Auto-iQ; $88 Fitbit Flex Wristband (Black); $119 Garmin Forerunner 10 Fitness Watch GPS (Green & White); $169 Sony MDRAS600BTB Splash-proof Bluetooth NFC In-Ear Headphones (Black); $249 Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker; $498 Korg SP-170S Digital Piano … [Read more...]

JB HI Fi Catalogue. Mother’s Day Sales


Current JB HI Fi online sales – Mum Day specials: $24 Agent18 iPhone 6 Flexishield Case (Confetti); $24 Agent18 iPhone 6 Flexishield Case (Edgevest); $36 aMonterey MU-LES1PK Ukulele Special Edition (Pink); $32.4 5Agent18 iPhone 6 Slimshield Case (Lace); $54.99 Agent18 iPad mini Slim Folio (Confetti); $68 Polaroid 7" Tablet; $71.99 Mono Masters … [Read more...]

JB Hi-Fi was established in Melbourne suburb of Keilor East by John Barbuto in 1974. Barbuto sold the business in 1983 to Richard Bouris and David Rodd who expanded JB Hi-Fi into a chain of ten stores in Melbourne and Sydney turning over $150 million by 2000, when they sold the majority of their holding to private equity. It was subsequently floated on the Australian Stock Exchange in October 2003.

At first, the company specialised in Hi-Fi equipment. As the mainstream popularity of vinyl records declined, in 1991 JB Hi-Fi cleared out their entire stock of records and began offering exclusively CDs, and were one of the first Australian music retailers to do so. However, with the recent revival of vinyl records larger stores are stocking them again. This allowed JB Hi-Fi to open many new stores in Melbourne and later expand to other states. The chain now has stores all around Australia and in New Zealand’s largest cities.

JB Hi-Fi has diversified its business from predominantly selling music CDs, and are now a major retailer for Plasma and LCD televisions, audio/visual, digital camera photography, portable audio, in-car entertainment, computer/video games, DVD & Blu-ray movies, gadgets and information technology. As of 2012, JB HiFi has diversified into other accessories, such as CB Radios, IP and fixed surveillance camera systems, musical instruments such as guitars, electronic keyboards, Ukeleles and guitars, and pro-dj equipment such as CD mixers, microphones and portable DJ P/A docking systems.
Currently JB Hi-Fi is the number 1 retailer of Apple Computer hardware in Australia, even more than Apple retail stores. JB Hi-Fi is also the sole retail chain in Australia that sells Dell Computer hardware in retail stores.

Source: www.wikipedia.org

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