Filed Pursuant to Rule 425
                                Filed by Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc.
                                Report No. 000-15194

Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. plans to file with the U.S. Securities
and Exchange Commission (or SEC) a Registration Statement on Form S-4 with
respect to the proposed merger described in the news release which is filed
herewith and Tweeter and Sound Advice, Inc. expect to mail a Joint Proxy
Statement/Prospectus to their respective stockholders containing information
about the merger. We urge investors and security holders to read the
Registration Statement and the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus carefully when
they are available. The Registration Statement and the Proxy Statement/
Prospectus will contain important information about Tweeter, Sound
Advice and the proposed merger. Investors and security holders will be able to
obtain free copies of these documents through the web site maintained by the SEC
at http//www.sec.gov.

Tweeter and Sound Advice file annual, quarterly and special reports, proxy
statements and other information with the SEC. You may read and copy any
reports, statements and other information filed by Tweeter and Sound Advice at
the SEC public reference rooms at 450 Fifth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.
20549 or at the SEC's other public reference rooms in New York, New York and
Chicago, Illinois. Please call the SEC at 1-800-SEC-0330 for further
information on public reference rooms. Tweeter's and Sound Advice's other
filings with the SEC also are available to the public from commercial
document-retrieval services and at the web site maintained by the SEC at

Sound Advice and its directors, executive officers and certain employees may be
considered participants in the solicitation of proxies in connection with the
proposed merger. Information concerning Sound Advice's directors and executive
officers can be found in Sound Advice's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year
ended January 31, 2001 and proxy statement for Sound Advice's 2001 annual
meeting of stockholders as filed with the SEC. Some directors and executive
officers of Sound Advice have direct or indirect interests in the merger due to
their ownership of common stock and options of Sound Advice and the vesting of
options and rights to severance payments in connection with the merger.
Additional information regarding the participants in the solicitation will be
contained in the Joint Proxy Statement/Prospectus.


CANTON, MA. June 4, 2001 -- Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc., (Nasdaq:
TWTR) and Sound Advice, Inc., (Nasdaq: SUND) announced today that they have
signed a definitive merger agreement. Sound Advice is a 33-store specialty
consumer electronics retailer with annual sales of approximately $200 million
and has operated in Florida markets for 27 years. The companies expect to
complete the transaction on or about September 1, 2001 and the Boards of
Directors of both companies have unanimously approved the merger. This
transaction is subject to the approval of Tweeter and Sound Advice stockholders,
as well as other conditions including regulatory approval. In connection with
the transaction, Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown rendered a fairness opinion to the
Board of Directors of Tweeter and US Bancorp Piper Jaffray rendered a fairness
opinion to the Board of Directors of Sound Advice.

The merger is structured as a tax-free exchange for stock and will be accounted
for by Tweeter as a purchase. Under the terms of the agreement, each share of
Sound Advice common stock will be converted into Tweeter common stock, at an
exchange ratio of 1 for 1 while the five-day average market price for Tweeter is
between $21 and $30 per share. If the five-day average price for Tweeter common
stock at the time of closing is above $30 per share, the exchange ratio will
decrease in order to maintain $30 per share. If the five-day average price for
Tweeter common stock is below $21 per share, the exchange ratio will increase in
order to maintain $21 per share. Both parties have the right to terminate the
transaction if the 5-day average closing price of Tweeter common stock is below
$18 per share at the time of closing.

According to Joe McGuire, Tweeter's CFO, "We expect that the acquisition of
Sound Advice will be accretive by $0.05 to $0.06 per share for our fiscal year
ending September 30, 2002, under existing GAAP. Accretion to cash flow per share
(cash EPS) during the first year, excluding goodwill amortization from this
transaction, will be approximately $0.25. We believe that it is particularly
important at this time to talk about cash EPS, given the proposed FASB changes
to the accounting treatment for business combinations, which would essentially
eliminate amortization of goodwill."

Subsequent to the merger, Sound Advice will be a wholly owned subsidiary of
Tweeter. Peter Beshouri, Chairman and CEO of Sound Advice, will continue as the
President of Sound Advice and Michael Blumberg will remain in the role of Senior
Vice President. Additionally, Chris O'Neil will continue in the role of Chief
Operating Officer for Sound Advice. Mr. Beshouri will also be nominated to serve
as a Director of Tweeter.

Jeffrey Stone, Tweeter's President and Chief Executive Officer said, "Peter
Beshouri and I have talked informally for years about the possibility of doing
something together but the timing and situation were never right. Our company
has a lot of respect for what Sound Advice has accomplished over the last
several years. They are an industry leader in the custom installation business
and are probably the best 'larger chain' selling higher end goods in the
industry. As we have been moving our business in those directions for the last


few years, we hope to be able to learn some things from Sound Advice that will
help us improve Tweeter's performance beyond its already industry leading

Stone added, "We believe that the addition of Sound Advice to the Tweeter group
of stores firmly entrenches us as the nation's #1 specialty retailer. With a
store count expected to surpass 150 by September 30, 2001, we become the number
one or two retailer in the nation for almost every specialty brand we carry and
we are positioned better than anyone, in our opinion, to take full advantage of
the continuing digital evolution."

Peter Beshouri, President and Chief Executive Officer of Sound Advice commented,
"Tweeter certainly has done a great job running its business and has engendered
solid support from Wall Street for its ability to execute. We believe that we
bring significant strengths and market presence which can make the merged
company an even stronger one than today. We are planning for flat to 2% growth
in comparable store sales from the Sound Advice stores during the first fiscal
year after the merger. Jeff and I have agreed that it makes sense to keep the
Sound Advice management group intact and focused on Florida and Arizona growth
while the Tweeter management team continues to execute other acquisitions and
open new stores around the country. Jeff and I have a solid respect for each
other, and I anticipate a great working relationship going forward."

Beshouri added, "We are grateful to our employees and shareholders for their
continued confidence and we are happy to reward their loyalty with a transaction
that we think reflects our achievements in the marketplace."

Regarding valuation, McGuire said, "We approached our valuation of Sound Advice
in the same way we do for privately held companies, looking at projected forward
cash flow. We believe that Sound Advice will generate $23 million of EBITDA on
anticipated sales of $240 million for fiscal year ending September 30, 2002.
Using an enterprise value of approximately $150 million for this transaction, we
are paying a forward cash flow multiple of about 6.5 times. This is higher than
our typical acquisition multiple of 5 to 5.5 times. We are comfortable with this
primarily due to the improving trend of Sound Advice's operating income which
has improved from 3.8% in fiscal 2000 to 4.8% in fiscal 2001 and with continued
improved leverage is expected to be over 6% in fiscal 2002."

McGuire went on to say, " We will assume the outstanding debt of Sound Advice
upon the closing, and are projecting that we will end our fiscal year at
September 30, 2001 with approximately $30 million of debt outstanding on
Tweeter's revolving credit facility. We do not expect this to impact our store
opening plans for fiscal 2002, which is 26 new stores by September 30, 2002 nor
will it impact the 15 new stores that we plan to open between now and September
30, 2001."

As part of the transaction, Tweeter is entitled to receive a $4 million breakup
fee if the merger agreement is terminated under certain circumstances.
Additionally, Tweeter has entered into a voting rights agreement with certain
Sound Advice affiliates, whereby those shareholders subject to the agreement
will vote in favor of the merger and will vote against any competing

Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWTR) was founded in 1972 by
current Chairman Sandy Bloomberg. Based in Canton, Massachusetts, the company is
a specialty retailer of mid- to high-end audio and video consumer electronics
products. The company's fiscal 2000 revenues were $405 million. Tweeter was
named "Consumer Electronics Retailer of the Year" four out of the past five
years by Audio-Video International, "1999 Retail Leader" by TWICE, and awarded
Dealerscope's 1999 Dealer's Pride award. The company employs approximately 2,500
associates. It operates 105 stores under the Tweeter name in New England, Texas,
San Diego, Mid-Atlantic, North Carolina, and Chicago markets and under the name
Hifi Buys in Georgia and Alabama.

Sound Advice, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUND) is a leading specialty retailer of
high-quality, upscale home entertainment and consumer electronics products. The
company operates 30 stores in Florida comprised of 24 Sound Advice stores, 4
Bang & Olufsen specialty stores and 1 Bang & Olufsen/Electronic Interiors
concept store in Florida. In addition, Sound Advice operates 2 Showcase Home
Entertainment stores in Scottsdale and Chandler, Arizona and 1 home theater
showroom located in the Great Indoors store in Scottsdale. Sound Advice, Inc. is
headquartered in Dania Beach, Florida.

Further information on the Tweeter Home Entertainment Group can be found on the
company's website at www.twtr.com. Customers can also shop online at
www.tweeter.outpost.com. A joint venture with Cyberian Outpost, it is a vendor
authorized site devoted to bringing you the best quality mid- to high-end audio
and video equipment.

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For further information, contact Anne-Marie Boucher at 781 830 3478, fax 781 830
3223 or email at aboucher@twtr.com

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Certain statements contained in this press release, including, without
limitation, statements containing the words "expects," "anticipates,"
"believes," and words of similar import, constitute "forward looking statements"
within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The
financial and other projections included in this press release concerning Sound
Advice's results following the planned acquisition are based on various
assumptions, including that Tweeter will complete the acquisition as currently
contemplated. It is possible that Tweeter's acquisition of Sound Advice will not
be completed as currently planned. Further, these projections involve future
operations and revenues and are speculative. While Tweeter's management believes
that the projections are based on reasonable assumptions concerning Sound
Advice's operations and revenues following the completion of the planned
acquisition, such operations and revenues may differ significantly from
management's current expectations. These forward looking statements and
projections are subject to various risks and uncertainties, including risks
associated with the difficulty of integrating Sound Advice with the Tweeter
business model, the potential failure to achieve the beneficial synergies
expected to result from the acquisition, risks associated with new store
openings, risks related to planned earnings per share estimates, risk associated
with planned EBITDA projections, risk associated with planned debt projections,
risks associated with management of growth, the risks of economic downturns
generally, and in Tweeter's industry specifically, the risks associated with
competitive pricing pressure and seasonal fluctuations, the risks associated
with the potential failure by Tweeter to anticipate and react to changes in
consumer demand and preferences, Tweeter's dependence on key personnel, the
risks associated with obtaining financing for our business model, and those
risks referred to in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K filed on December
10, 2000 (copies of which may be accessed through the SEC's web site at
http:\\www.sec.gov), that could cause actual future results and events to differ
materially from those currently anticipated. Readers are cautioned not to place
undue reliance on these forward-looking statements and financial projections.