Originally Posted by upstateguy
Shouldn't it be the other way around and cost less?
As to that, just consider that probably 90%+ parts of Stello are imported by their makers, if their currency has a low value, these parts get extremely expensive.
Nevertheless, I think it is just their greed
PS I believe it is sometimes better to deal with local dealer.
I have not been in mood for sharing that recently, but my Stello DA100 got broken a time ago, its USB connectivity ceased to respond; other inputs are still in operation. I calculated the repair costs and I tell you, it would not be cost-effective to send it to Korea to have it fixed.
By the way, I wonder if many people have such serious problems with their stuff.