Good technicians are getting hard to come by. Many of the older technicians have long since retired, and there are so many kids out there that think they know what they are doing - but end up ruining - RUINING peoples equipment. They come up with stories like: Parts aren't available any longer. Too many problems - it'll be too expensive to repair.
High Schools and Vocational Schools use to have an electronics program to teach students all about electronics. Not so today. All they learn about is computers or tablets. All that's about is board swapping. You can teach a monkey to board swap!
I've learned over the years the proper way to repair things. Stuff they don't teach you in class. One of the most ignored rule of amplifier repair is to replace both (or all 4) the outputs when one fails. But I continue to receive units that have had previous repair work and only one output was replaced! It's simple stuff like this that make the difference between properly repairing your unit for the long haul, or just slapping it out the door in a hurry for a buck. I take my time repairing these units, and do things the proper way. In fact, when I'm done repairing a unit, you wont even know I was there. I make it look factory, 'cause lets face it, I worked at the factory, so I know how!
You'll be hard pressed to find a more qualified repair service technician with the experience and talents to repair your receiver, amplifier or vintage audio piece.
If you're wanting your baby repaired right, with the proper parts - with the proper care - and with plenty of experience - you've found the right place!
So, who would you rather choose to repair your amplifier, receiver, or vintage audio piece?