Good vintage repair in Maryland, D.C. area?

Discussion in 'Solid State' started by dualhead, Jul 5, 2008.

  1. dualhead

    dualhead Super Member

    Hey gang, I've got a Sansui QRX 7500 that needs restoration. Does anybody know of a good shop/AK member in my area?
  2. cmechmann

    cmechmann Active Member

    look for Merrylander

    Hi is north of the DC area and would know where to look
  3. Jack Lord

    Jack Lord AK Subscriber Subscriber

    Rob Merrylander generally specializes in all things Yamaha, but I suppose you should ask him.

    Do a search as there have been local recommendations discussed in the past.
  4. dualhead

    dualhead Super Member


    I tried Merrylander and he is overloaded right now. I'll try a search again. Didn't find much the first time. Thanks for the replies.
  5. dualhead

    dualhead Super Member

    Sound Images in Falls Church.

    I spoke to an employee who said they no longer do repair for Sansui vintage stuff. Hell of a nice guy. Made me think a second about my vintage stuff. The list keeps getting shorter.
  6. spartanmanor

    spartanmanor AK Subscriber Subscriber

  7. KeninDC

    KeninDC Nanker Phelge Subscriber

    Avoid the place by the Vienna metro that, if pronounced incorrectly, would sound like "Dumb Ass." They made a me a fine vintage Sony doorstop for $80.00.

    AKer ashnut now has the wooden case.

    Good luck.
  8. Rootpusher

    Rootpusher Member

    I've heard there's an elderly gentleman in Kensington who still has his old-fashioned "radio and TV repair" shop open. I know nothing about the quality of his work or turnaround time. I think it's called "Kensington Radio," 301-942-4000; 10309 Kensington Parkway. Please post a review here if you use him.
  9. dualhead

    dualhead Super Member

    I'll try Kensington.

    Thanks for the replies. I'll look at that place in Kensington, I've also heard of that guy. The place in Springfield looks pricey. I'll try to get a quote form em to see what exactly I'm looking at. Thanks, again.

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