Hi-Fi repair and restoration
Hi fi repair expert Carl Beckwith has over thirty years in the audio visual industry, including the running of two of London’s leading department store hi-fi departments for seven years. He has also been a freelance audio visual consultant for over twenty years. Carl has gained recognition through repeat business as well as giving interviews with lifestyle journals and the national press.
For details of our hi fi repair and/or restoration service, or to request a quotation, please call us on 07947 122806 or via email at: email@example.com
For high fidelity equipment however, there is a different approach toward the more highly engineered sphere of quality components where servicing becomes a more realistic and viable proposition altogether; loudspeaker drive-unit foam surround replacement fitting, repair to individually damaged or blown speaker units, amplifier components replaced, turntable servicing and drive-belt replacements, cartridge fitting and alignment, stylus replacement, tone-arm balancing and so on. Our hi fi repair service extends even to the servicing of electrostatic loudspeakers or the replacement of thermionic valves.
All enquiries for hi fi repair will be handled with dedication and commitment from a specialist in the field.
“I have an American VAC PHI Beta integrated amplifier that required some attention. Carl accepted my cry for help and had the amp back to me within two weeks, all as good as the designer intended, and the invoice was very reasonable. If you are seeking an excellent audio engineer, then you should know that Carl offers a very personal and professional service. A conversation with him is both a pleasure and an education about any aspect of audio that is of interest. I have recommended him to my ‘audio-friends’ and have no hesitation in endorsing his reputation for excellence.”
– Professor Philip Evans M Phil FRCGP – Norfolk
“Very happy with the service and great to have the system back and working again. Thanks for everything – especially your persistence in sourcing the lens.”
– Colin Hughes