1-3 working days delivery for in stock items (unless stated otherwise on the product page); may be longer for rural postcodes.
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This page is still a work in progress but items are now being added as photos become available. We dont seem to have sufficient lighting here to get great photos so are trying other spaces.
Yamaha CS30, SPX90, SPX90 Mk2 / Emu Emax / Roland D50+PG1000, SVC350 Vocoder, DEP5, GP16, SRV2000, Juno 6, SDE 2000 / Aleses Midiverb, Quadraverb / EMS Synthi AKS / BEL BD80 / TC Electronics 1280 Delay / ART Multiverb / Peavey Addverb 3 / Digitech Studio Quad / Zoom 1202 / Lexicon MPX200 / Yamaha REV100/ Various mixing consoles. Prices will all be available soon.
We hate to see old audio equipment going in the bin when its broken and it is a side passion of ours to refurbish / repair anything we come across to keep it alive for another few years. It's a labour of love and we don't charge anything significant for our time just for the parts. As most of the items are of low value, our labour time would totally outweight the units value if we did ! Generally many units fail due to PSU issues or battery leaks and if that happens often other components further up the line can get taken down. Virtually all our units have refurbished power supplies which should ideally keep them stable for future use. Heat buildup inside equipment housed in racks often reduces the life of components so we suggest that with older equipment space be left between units to allow for better cooling or space wall adapter units (that run cooler) inbetween 240V internal supply units (which often run hotter).
Buying a refurbished unit from us should ensure piece of mind knowing that it has been checked over and given an internal / external 'MOT' so to speak. We also have a number of spare bits and pieces from units which are simply not worth (or cannot be) repairing so feel free to ask if you are looking for anything specific.
Please note, when we say we 'serviced' that does not mean we simply spray endless amounts of switch cleaner around. It means main caps are usually replaced in the PSU, regulators checked, voltages checked, full clean inside and out, switches/pots/sliders are taken apart, cleaned and re-greased (or replaced), often grubby screws are replaced with new ones, sometimes cases are re-sprayed and the units are soak tested for a long time to ensure everything is working as it should.