Premium Service for Audio Equipment in Perth

Does your audio gear need some TLC? The Liquid Audio laboratory is based in Carine, Western Australia. Liquid Audio is a business with audio soul, audio mojo and the skills and equipment to breathe life back into your cherished gear.

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.

Good, old-fashioned service is how I like to think of it and all this is right here in Perth, Western Australia! Get in touch with Mike via our Contact page, to discuss your requirements and get some Liquid Audio mojo into your audio gear!


Liquid Mike

At 10 I was pulling apart electronics and by 13 I'd have Dad's hi-fi in pieces when my parents went out! Later, I started Liquid Audio, a specialist electronics repairer known for detail-focused service, repair and restoration of hi-fi electronics & turntables. Keeping classic hi-fi gear alive and well is what we do. Our mission: to deliver TLC for classic Japanese, American and European hi-fi stereo equipment. In my spare time, I ride motorcycles, travel, listen to music and research interesting topics.

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Glen

    Hi, I have a Musical Fidelity CD player, A1008 which has stopped working. There is no power, after the system is turned on.
    Is this system something which you would have experience off and be able to work on ?

    1. Mike

      Hi Glen, I haven’t worked on the A1008, but most modern MF gear is constructed in a similar way. I could take a look, but not for a while as I have plenty of work to complete at the moment. Contact me through the contact page to discuss further, regards, Mike.

  2. Clayton Burke

    Hi There, a few years back i bought a Phillips Carnaby Mini Module Portable Record Player for my dad [Original purchase date-23/12/72]. The player does not spin and requires servicing. Would you be interested in looking at the player for me? If so what is your address and what is your fee structure.

    1. Mike

      Hi Clay

      Thanks for the message. My rate is $75 per hour but I also have standard servicing charges, for example turntable servicing starts at $95 for a comprehensive service, plus parts, for most decks.

      Get back in touch if I can help you out. I have a few jobs in line to complete first but will help out if I can.



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