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midlife
09-18-2009, 09:05 AM
I have an integrated amp that has some glitches, who does trusted repair work on this kind of stuff? tks.

4313B
09-18-2009, 09:27 AM
I'd recommend that you ask that question on Audiokarma Home Audio Stereo Forums (http://www.audiokarma.org/)

brutal
10-03-2009, 09:06 PM
I'd recommend that you ask that question on Audiokarma Home Audio Stereo Forums (http://www.audiokarma.org/)

What he said. Or vintage solid state forum...

Depends on the age and make/model.

For Yamaha, Merrylander is the man, but he's oft overbooked. Avionic takes on Yamaha and some others. For pioneer and some others, Echowars. As everyone knows, Terry Dewick is the Mac guy. I do some repair, but only my own Yamaha gear as it sometimes takes me too long to ID and then source parts.

Audiobeer
10-03-2009, 10:58 PM
Terry Dewick has worked on all my stuff. In the past 2 years he worked on the MC-30s that Harvey sold me. He also worked on 2 Kenwood KA-9100 intergrated amps as well as a Sansui 919. Everyone was a more than a satisfactory repair. Timely, fairly priced and came back packaged very well!

SEAWOLF97
10-04-2009, 09:26 AM
we have these guys here in Portland who is very good .... quick & reasonable priced service ....too bad its a long way for you.

These guys is Doug..he is sole prop of Audio Specialties...works thru lunch so that no need to close the store...free estimates...great work, tho not everything is fixable..90 day warranty .....he's kinda famous in a 100 mile radius..:applaud:

He is the main repair guy for Echo Audio -who only sell and dont fix.

http://echohifi.com/

dont see why he wudnt do a shipped job ....

http://www.dexknows.com/business_pro...es_ltd-b285178 (http://www.dexknows.com/business_profiles/audio_specialties_ltd-b285178)

no affli ...I just like good value for the buck/honest business's (that cater to my gear problems) ..he has a perfect location -directly across the street from Tower Records- till it closed

a little more abt him here...
http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=25228

boputnam
10-06-2009, 09:55 AM
Depends on the age and make/model.Yup.

If the maker is still in business, you should contact their customer service center - they maintain a listing of authorized service providers, who you then contact and arrange to ship to.

lgvenable
10-14-2009, 11:16 PM
I've got a local sound engineer, Eric White, who does stellar work. He's done 4 of my AB Systems 821B's and electrically matched and replaced the power transformers for an average price of 125 to 135 each!! He does great work, but shipping might get you. He's in Evansville IN > Pro Audio Service.

I found him by going to Guitar Center, and finding who they used in the area to fix their equipment. Best move I ever made. Turned out he knew AB Systems & Crown amps for the last 25 years, as we ended up customizing two of them for an additional $80 each, now all four put out a minimum of 600 wpc mono; just like the day they were made.

Good luck.

Cyclotronguy
10-21-2009, 09:46 AM
My favorite, no affiliation other than a very pleased long term customer.

Ben Jacoby / H.E.A.R LLC
Brooklyn, NY
support@nyaudiorepair.com
718-377-8010

Cyclotronguy