Take a look at our newest service: Telephone
We realize that you have questions. We have answers, so set one up
- If it's worth doing, it's worth doing well
Our reputation is built on the quality of the work we do. The
work we do is extremely reliable, and only partly because of our
years of experience. Quality service requires the knowledge and
capability of doing the job well, and the commitment to attend to
detail sufficiently to get the job right. Our work stands out
because we believe in doing it right. We believe in making sure
everything is taken care of, that the unit is reliable and pretty
when it returns to you. This is why we run every completed piece
for two days before sending it back, and why we offer our warranty.
Doing the job quickly or doing it cheaply amounts to nothing if it
- Build Quality makes a difference to Sound Quality
The machines that sound the best are the machines that were
built to last. They have big transformers. They have thick boards
with wide traces if they are solid state. They have good quality
controls, switches, and other internal parts. They "feel"
substantial. Because they were built to last, they have. But it
wasn't merely to make them last that they were so solidly
built. It was because they sounded better, had better specs and
better performance, and were therefore more competitive.
- Reuse is better than recycling
We live in a world of mass-produced consumer products that are
engineered to have a limited lifespan. And during this limited
life span, they do not perform all that well. Imagine a stereo
with the build quality of a hair dryer. We aim to make it possible
for these older stereos to have the longest possible
lifespan. This way, not only can people can continue to enjoy
something that genuinely sounds better much farther into the
future, we can make a small dent in the trend of
- You can understand the story if you hear it straight.
When a unit is evaluated, you get as clear a picture as
possible of your options. We try to avoid technical mumbo jumbo
and help you to zero in on your best option. Some service jobs are
obviously very worth pursuing, others are clearly not good to
pursue. Some however are in between. It is possible to boil the
facts down to options that are clearcut to non-technical
people. We respect your good sense and ability to make your own
decisions when the options are presented clearly.