Vintage Audio Repair

Over 30 Years In Business - Superb Workmenship

Reel to reel - Turntable - Receiver

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What We Do

TekMediagroup Inc. we are specialized in the skilled repairs of extensive range of electronics equipment. We restore, resurrect, and rebuild vintage audio that are victims of wear-and-tear, impact damage, ageing and what the industry calls customer abuse. Our satisfied clienteles include Individuals and professional across the United States.

Electronic products purchased in the mid to late 1950s or even 7 to 10 years ago, you can safely assume that the manufacturers do not support them. This is where we step in, whether the defect is mechanical or electrical. Most repairs are done promptly. If the door or speaker covers are damaged or scratched, consider that some aesthetic equipment repairs are possible. Speakers can be reconed; fabric covers can be re-done with a color of your choice.

Reel to Reel players and recorders, while past their prime, are still prevalent and appreciated by audio professionals. Due to its warm sound that cannot be found in CD or digital formats. With a market peak during the 1970s, open decks were utilized for their ability to produce music, radio, vinyl, and voice recordings without degradation through continued play. However, mainly due to their size, durability, and overall sensibility, their mainstream popularity began to fade as digital formats and players began to saturate the market. However, at TEK Media Group, we still repair and refurbish your prized reel decks and players. We can service all Reel to Reel Brands to refresh their old-school charm and perfect sound.

Products We Service

  • Receivers
  • Turntable
  • Amplifiers
  • Cassette Tape
  • Turntabele
  • Radio
  • Mixers
  • Reel to reel
  • VDJ’s

Reel to Reel Tape Decks Repair

Rebuilding and restoring any tape deck contains many mechanical and moving parts. Age and use-time will undoubtedly lay claim to these parts. One common and readily visible issue revolves around the drive belt. Symptoms range from lack of deck movement, dragging, slowed speed, or track output; a simple belt replacement may handle this deck issue. Another is grime accumulation on tape heads. Your tape deck may fail to read, rewrite, and play your tape correctly. A simple alcohol wipe with a q-tip may solve the issue. However, if the problem is deemed more severe, your deck player will need to be dismantled and inspected.

Inside, the issues can range from more mechanical reconditioning replacements to electrical component replacements. Player mechanics such as linkages, levers, bearings, heads, tape guides, roller pinchers, rubber idlers, and jockey wheels will be inspected. While some parts are available, production of these elements stopped long ago. Therefore, dependent upon need, existing components will be reconditioned or may be replaced with original or applicable parts from other trusted manufacturers. Do not be concerned; all parts installed on your machine will function as the manufacturer originally intended. Like mechanical parts, electrical tape deck components may lose their power output and physically degrade. Plugs, sockets, and connectors may have become faulty. These will be replaced with modern parts with similar power ratings to maintain consistency in the tape deck circuity.

Brands We Repair

Sony
Akai
Teac
Pioneer
Fostex
Panasonic
Tascam
Aiwa
Ampex
Marantz
Dokorder
Wilcox-Gayc
Grundig
Wilcox-Gay
Aiwa
Fostex
Studer Simon
Brenell
Maxell
Studer
Afga
Denon
Reflectograph
Pioneer
Maxell
Jvc

Brands we service

 Turntable Service

Bang and Olufsen
Technics
Thorens
Pro-ject

 Audio Amplifier - Receiver Repair

Bang and Olufsen
Mcintosh
Denon
Primaluna
Acram
Marantz
Cambridge
Mark Levinson
Yamaha
Mark Levinson
Mark Levinson

Business Hours:
8:30 to 5PM Monday to Tursday
Fridays 8:30 To 4PM

Turn Around Time
Depands on Parts and Availability
2 to 5 Weeks

Call
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(818) 244-4440
Toll Free: (800) 255-5045