Welcome to Telegraph-Hill Audio.
I do resaurations of Audio Equipment since I was 7 years old. My wish was to start apprenticeship in a Radio-Shop. But as always it came different and I started a career with IBM Computer equipment. I did stay in the computer business for many years to come.  But now in 2013 as I'm here in Totnes / UK  I'm going back the time line and restoring and repairing all sorts of audio reproduction equipment. From Dansette Record players, Radiograms, Music boxes, Classic British Hifi Equipment  to more modern Hifi repairs.  Unfortunately (for my kitty) I do a little bit more than reqired to make just the job done. It's not a job for me, it is more like an obsession.

Old Music reproduction equipment was made at a time, where this was state of the Art Technology.  After Switching to the Digital Aera much of this knowlege seems to die out now. But at the end it is not the bits and bytes from a computer what reproduces the Music.  It's the heart and the sound of an ancient technologie.
Make it survive and give it to the next Generation.  

Timeless DesignTandberg after restauration~Work on all Dual Idler Players~I love Nxxie Conversions to make this amp great againThe ONLY sbstainable way to clean switchesSpecial Overhaul for a customer.~Yamaha~Converted to a strong Class D amp driving Bose 901 at angel Gallery TotnesPioneer 690 Receiver, a beauty~Sounds great especially with modern musicBluetooth conversions to 10 old Hacker radios. Dansette & Friends~A slight drip of oil will doSo much fun to listen toUnderrated Wheel to Reelone odf 10 Hacker conversions to bluetooth and lighMost of the old gear produce good feelings to the ownersThe industy standart of the time :-)Too much grease in paradiseReduces rumbleContacts are alowed to be greased.Anti Scating adjustment with special test recordClass D conversion~New scale B&O Restauration~Another switch cleaned~Old Sony Receiver conversion~Dual Gainclone~Pye Bluetooth conversion and new fabric~Lead30 with new amp~The bluetooth versions of my Hackers don't need high amplification