Echowars, Contacting for Repair Work

Discussion in 'Solid State' started by loudness, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. loudness

    loudness New Member

    Can anyone tell me how to contact Echowars ?
    I have a Pioneer SX-1010 that has issues & have read great reviews about his work.
    I've tried PM & Email & have not received any responses.
  2. redcoates7

    redcoates7 redcoates7 Subscriber

    He's just one man, and typically has a repair queue months long.

    Be patient, I'm sure he'll get back to you.
  3. tobyj17

    tobyj17 Comfortably Numb

    Yep, be patient. I contacted him with a similar question one time and it took a week to hear back. I don't want to speak for him, but like redcoates said, he usually has a list months long.
  4. century tek

    century tek Super Member

    Just curious, what are the issues? I own a 1010 which I also repaired a few years back.
  5. JHS2RT

    JHS2RT and Miss Sasha Subscriber

    Give him time ---he is swamped and in demand. He will contact you in time.
  6. EchoWars

    EchoWars Working a Deal in Denmark Subscriber

    I do not see any PM's from you. I do see an email coming through AK. I had a busy weekend and a Sunday Easter get-together with the family, so I pretty much blew off all my email comm for the weekend. I get, on average, 10 to 15 Audiokarma PM's, plus another 20+ emails per day with requests for information or repairs, which typically take hours to properly answer, so from time to time I'll just set them aside for a day or two so I can actually get some work done...or have a day doing something other than sitting in front of the computer answering email. ;)

    I'll get back to you...promise.
  7. soundoc03

    soundoc03 Super Member

    I don't know what you do for a living but you have obviously developed a well deserved cult following here. No doubt you could have a very successful repair business provided there are enough hrs in the day to attend to the work. God knows there is an endless potential queue of vintage gear out there. Most hobbyists like me who can do only the basic stuff have had less than stellar experiences with their local shops or hit or miss techs that one learns about from the net. You are great resource of info as you graciously provide advice which can be accessed free from your 20k posts. I feel lucky that I was able to have you work on my two projects in the past and wish there were 10 guys like you so I could get full restos for my KR 9400, C-2x and AU-717.
  8. EchoWars

    EchoWars Working a Deal in Denmark Subscriber

    Sooner or later (probably later...) we'll get to them. In the meantime, enjoy that Sherwood. ;)
  9. wikinger

    wikinger New Member

    you sir,need a apprentice.
  10. EchoWars

    EchoWars Working a Deal in Denmark Subscriber

    I'd not argue with that. But I might mention that there are other great techs that I've grown accustomed to working closely with here on AK, and who I believe share a general philosophy of getting it done right that closely mirrors my own, and I have no problems recommending them to anyone who comes to me looking to have work done but is unwilling to wait 18~24 months (or more). These guys are probably the closest I'll get to a working partner.

    If only I could talk them into moving to KC... :scratch2:
  11. WhiteSE

    WhiteSE Is Lute Gluten Free?? Subscriber

    I will move to KC....but I do't know how to fix anything...:scratch2:
  12. Jon S

    Jon S Well-Known Member

    18-24 months!!! I was lucky, I got my amp back in three!!!


    And it's still going strong....

  13. ManyMoonsAudio

    ManyMoonsAudio AKA paul79 Sponsor Subscriber

    :D Well Glenn, you could come to Oklahoma....:scratch2:

    Kidding. I wouldn't wish that on anybody..
  14. nickrobotron

    nickrobotron that's a good cup of jaja Subscriber

    I'd appreciate it if people would not try to pull Glenn away from KC.
  15. ManyMoonsAudio

    ManyMoonsAudio AKA paul79 Sponsor Subscriber

    You can come to...

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