This is not a good or proper way to restore your audio equipment. It is the same as with car tires; one should never replace just one tire and keep the other worn-out tires on. A proper rebuild requires a full recap of all PCBs. On the other hand, if one succeeds in finding a good tech, the wait time is usually 6-12 months for the unit to be serviced, and costs are sky-high. I have been servicing audio equipment for many years and have developed deep respect for all good equipment.
Knowing how amazing and warm these units can sound, I decided to put together this kit. It includes very good upgrades and improvements that must be done to the unit. This restoration kit will make a huge difference in the sound quality. All the parts are of high-quality Japanese Nichicon / Rubycon / IC / United Chemi capacitors. Knowing how many bogus/fake caps, diodes, resistors, etc.
Vintage audio equipment has the potential to deliver rich and authentic sound when it is properly restored. Not only can it enhance your listening experience, but it can also evoke memories and bring joy to your life. Let's work together to bring your vintage gear back to its full potential, and make sure you have the music you deserve."They Shall Have Music"- Avery Fisher. Nichicon / Panasonic / United Chemi. Detailed instruction with colorful images, schematics, manuals (all of these are in electronic form, I consider these much better than printed version due to zoom availability). Complete audio path upgrade with high quality US made (IC) or Panasonic audio grade film capacitors. Parts for compete recap of all the electrolytic capacitors. Complete recap of all PCBs. Instructions on how to clean the chassis and the dial glass.
Instructions on how to clean a faceplate 11. Instructions on how to polish knob covers. Support/help to a reasonable extend in case you need it. This is what makes us different from other sellers. Also available NEW production volume control -----------> LINK.
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