Anderson Radio Supply.

About ARS

Anderson Radio Supply has been around for over 35 years. We started in Lakeland, Florida in the late 70's, unlike other dealers and shops who come and go, we have been selling C.B. and Amateur radio to our customers ever since. There has been a few partners come and go in the business, as well as a name change, but we are still owned by the original owner. We moved to South Carolina some 13 years ago, and are now located outside of Anderson, South Carolina on the shores of beautiful Lake Hartwell.

We still do things the old fashioned way, and service to our is our passion. We believe in honesty, and integrity, and will do our best to give our customers the best service, and support that we can. We aren't in business to make a fast buck, we are here for the long run, and have designed our service to meet that goal. We are a small family run business, and usually when you call us, you are talking to the owner, not some airhead who was hired for her looks, and doesn't know the difference between an electrolytic capacitor, and a tube!

We have for decades tried to bring you the lowest prices on the equipment you want. We still strive to meet this goal. Sometimes this isn't possible for whatever reason, but we always try to give you the best items at the lowest prices. If you don't see a certain product on our website, feel free to call us, as we may still have it, or be able to get it. Usually when an item is out of stock it doesn't appear on our site.

Our offices are located at 4452 Hwy. 24, Anderson, South Carolina 29626. Feel free to stop in a visit with us.

Our Service Department

Our service department is manned by professional, experienced tech's who have been servicing electronics for many years, and have the experience to do the job right. We have the tools, and equipment to service your equipment right, and we take our time to make sure it is right. We do not do "while you wait repairs", because we want to make sure it is fixed right the first time. So if time is of the essence, you may want to take a chance with the guy who does "speedy" repair jobs.

We do repair older models as well, even some tube types. However you may want to call ahead and see if we can repair your exact model. This also goes for amplifier repairs.