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This is an exceptionally nice example that we have cleaned and serviced.
The power supply, not the greatest of designs by Yamaha, is highly susceptible to failure due mainly to capacitor issues. The PSU has been refurbished with new capacitors and voltages tested.
The electrolytic capacitors throughout the rest of the unit have been replaced, the 11 front panel tact switches have been replaced with new genuine units.
The rear switches and front panel potentiometer have been cleaned as had the rest of the unit.
The Yamaha SPX90 not only provides a wide range of mult-effects it is totally user friendly. Its easy to use, and program, without even really reading the manual. There are no complicated sub-menus etc its a doddle to change / save / name new patches.
The SPX 90 is not only a vintage classic ..it's still easily serviceable, even today, with many mechanical parts. Switches are available as is PSU replacement, pot, display etc etc. We have even come up with a complete PSU replacement option for totally blown units which take up less space and uses a compact SMPS.
The LCD screen is the original as we didn’t really think it warranted replacing but we are happy to do so for an extra £15.00.
With all the works done we are confident this will keep providing great effects for many years to come.
The CR2032 battery has been replaced
Includes a 30 day warranty . If there are any fault issues with it during that time then simply send it back to us, well packaged, to arrive here in the condition it left us, and we will either provide a full refund or discuss options for further repair (depending on whats wrong)....which is highly unlikely as its been burn tested in our studio for some months. The only thing we would suggest with old kit like this is.....dont leave it on 24/7. And make sure there is no big heat buildup in the rack its in as this is vintage kit that needs a bit of ventilation.
The two LCD images show an original SPX90 display which is yellow on black. If we do replace the display it looks like the one of the right which is more black on yellow. It's rather bright so doesn't really photograph that well. This isn't an OLED either, its a direct replacement fit for the existing unit. This replacement, we think, really does make a massive difference and the viewing angle is 'almost' from anywhere you want to look from (compared to the original).