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Service & Repairs for Classic Hi-Fi Electronics & Turntables

Liquid Audio, located in Carine, Western Australia, proudly offers service and repairs for all classic hi-fi electronics and turntables.

Look no further than Liquid Audio, a growing Perth local business, for all your hi-fi service & repair needs.

Located in Perth’s northern suburbs, I offer professional, personalised service and care for your gear. We also work a little differently to most other electronics repairers.… Read more

Pioneer PL-A35 Belt-Drive Turntable Repair

The Pioneer PL-A35 is one of those rare belt-driven Japanese decks that you don’t see very often. I’ve repaired a number of such unusual decks in the last 12¬†months or so, but this is definitely one of the nicest and in some ways, the most unusual.

According to Pioneer:

“The PL-A35 combines studio-quality performance with the operational ease of a fully automatic!

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Technics SL-23 Belt-Drive Turntable Service & Repair

The Technics SL-23 is an affordable and very cool belt-drive turntable from the late 70’s. I highly recommend the SL-23, ahead of many other budget decks, for someone looking for their first ‘proper’ turntable.

Technics is perhaps best known for the SL-1200 range of direct-drive turntables, but they built a huge range of machines, at varying price-points.… Read more

Yamaha GT-2000 Direct Drive Turntable – Tweaking the Beast

My friend recently had a little mishap with his beautiful Yamaha GT-2000 direct drive turntable. Naturally, I helped him sort it out…

The mishap occurred when my friend was cleaning his beloved GT-2000. While using a cleaning cloth near the headshell, he must have brought the cloth too near to the stylus and just caught it, moving the cloth and causing the whole cantilever and stylus to snap clean off his Denon DL-103R moving coil cartridge.… Read more

Dual 601 Belt-Drive Turntable Service

I’ve just had a classic Dual 601 belt drive turntable on my bench, in for a major service. This deck is owned by the gentleman who originally purchased it all those years ago and looks like it – it’s almost as good as new.

This particular Dual 601 needed recommissioning after an extended period of more than ten years in storage.… Read more