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Precision HiFi Repairs in Perth

Does your audio gear need some TLC? The Liquid Audio laboratory is based in Carine and we are carrying out precision hifi repairs in Perth, WA. Liquid Audio is a business with audio soul, audio mojo and the skills and equipment required to breathe life back into your cherished gear.

Liquid Audio offers precision hifi repairs, service, fine-tuning and modification, to most good audio equipment. We don’t charge you for snake oil and nonsense like some others out there, but we will clean, lube, check, adjust, measure, adjust and listen again until no further improvements are possible. Care and attention to detail mean that the job is done properly, once.

We cater for a wide range of good stereo equipment including Pioneer, Kenwood, Technics, Yamaha, Rotel, Denon, Dual, Thorens, Luxman, Rega, Project, SME and more. We specialise in vinyl and turntable servicing and repairs but we work on all good stereo gear from the 70’s onwards.

Servicing is completed to manufacturer’s specifications and utilizing recommended or better parts, premium oils and using laboratory-grade test and measurement equipment. Every job is afforded the utmost care.

Repairs start with a careful examination of the equipment so that work can be planned in logical steps. Repairs are always be discussed with the owner of the equipment and options provided where possible.

Restorations are fewer in number, but take up more time because of the amount of work required to properly refurbish a piece of hifi equipment. A Liquid Audio restoration will dramatically elevate the performance of your cherished hifi equipment.

No matter what the job, Liquid Audio approaches each with the same passion, precision and attention to detail. Get in touch with Mike via our Contact page, to discuss your requirements and get some Liquid Audio mojo into your audio gear!

 

15 thoughts on “Precision HiFi Repairs in Perth”

  1. Hi Mike. I have a Dual CS 505 – 2 belt driven turntable. I have not used it for a while and tried to use it today. Absolutely nothing happened. It seems to have no power supply. Does this sound like something you could fix? Look forward to hearing from you.
    Tim

    1. Hi, I definitely have a few ideas, the deck obviously needs service and a bit of troubleshooting, worth doing too. Send me an email if you would like me to have a look for you. Regards, Mike.

  2. Hi there
    I’m new to the vinyl game
    I have just been gor my first table
    Its a debut iii
    It’s in need of a rewire and a tune
    Can you help
    Thanks Ian

    1. Hi Ian
      I can definitely help with this.
      I can provide full service and tune-up for your deck.
      Rewiring is a more serious move and I would not especially recommend it on this deck.
      Call me on my mobile – 0439 690 436 or send me an email to discuss.
      Regards
      Mike

  3. HI I HAVE A CIRCA 1982 – 83 SANSUI AMPLIFIER MODEL AU-D7 I WOULD LIKE TO GET RID OF THIS ALONG WITH A NAKAMICHI 480 TAPE DECK. WOULD YOU BE INTERESTED OR WOULD YOU KNOW OF ANYONE IN PERTH WHO WOULD. I WOULD APPRECIATE ANY ASSISTANCE. THANK YOU. JOHN johnjohns777@hotmail.com

    1. Hi John

      There is always a market for Hifi gear, you just need the correct medium. I don’t sell equipment on behalf of others, but eBay or Gumtree are effective for selling hifi gear. Feel free to give me a call on 0439690436 to discuss.

      Kind regards
      Mike

  4. Hi Mike,

    I don’t know the first thing about stereo, turntables etc.
    I’ve just picked up a Dual 505-2 turntable from Gumtree, and the owner advised me it needs a replacement belt, and the motor isn’t functioning correctly.

    I was wondering what price range I’d be looking at to have it fixed?

    Kind regards,
    Luke

    1. Hi Luke, welcome to the world of vinyl. I do carry quality German belts for most Dual turntables. Your deck will need a proper service and cartridge alignment, plus belt, hopefully not also a stylus. I would need to see the deck to make sure everything else is OK, but factor in around $95, plus parts. Regards, Mike.

  5. HI Mike

    I recently purchased a musical fidelity A5 integrated amp, and would like it serviced. operationally it seems fine, however there is a static / hum at no volume from the speakers, which doesn’t amplify as the volume is turned up. any thoughts on initial cost to review / potential items that could be causing the hum?

    Thanks, Scott

    1. Hi Scott, I would be happy to take a look at her for you but unfortunately I am fully booked for at least the next few weeks. Perhaps give me a call sometime on 0439 690 four three six and we can discuss your amp. Regards, Mike.

  6. I have a cheep Sanyo system out in the shed, the tape decks struggle as if the motor hasn’t enough guts also the port for the phono system puts out a distortion (its ok if you plug it into the CD port)

    I would like it repaired is it something you could look at

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