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RE: Repairing a SinglePower MXP3 Amp (LA)?

post #1 of 10
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RE: Repairing a SinglePower MXP3 Amp?

 

 

Does anyone have a recommendation for someone in the Los Angeles area that will do repair work on a SinglePower MXP3 amp?

Thanks for your interest.

post #2 of 10

I came across this old contact info. yesterday: http://www.head-fi.org/t/437708/warning-about-the-singlepower-extreme-owners-please-read#post_5897164

post #3 of 10
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RE:



Jeffrey Angus
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10916 South La Cienega Boulevard
Lennox, CA
90304-1105
310-337-1036
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Thanks for the recommendation, but I checked on this guy this last weekend and he is out of business.

post #4 of 10

Bummer.

 

BTW, I think I learned about washing / soaking Grado cushions from one of your old posts. Much smoother and softer. Thank you.

post #5 of 10
Thread Starter 

Bummer.

 

BTW, I think I learned about washing / soaking Grado cushions from one of your old posts. Much smoother and softer. Thank you.

 

 

I haven't been on < headfi > much recently. Have been enjoying the music, and content with my system, until my SP MXP3 quit on me last week. Thank you for the kind words.

post #6 of 10

Have you checked these guys?

 

http://rewindaudio.com

 

Was thinking of trying them next time I need repairing.

post #7 of 10
Thread Starter 

Masa -

 

I have found a place in Venice who says they will take a look, "Venice Amp Repair", they specialize in the custom "Red Jones" guitar amps. I will give "Rewind Audio" a try if if that doesn't work out. How is your SP amp holding up, or do you still have it?

post #8 of 10

MY MPX with is doing fine. But it is over 10 years old...

 

What was the issue with yours?

 

Also, please let us know how 'Venice Amp Repair' works out :)

post #9 of 10
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Masa -

 

I was listening to it a couple of nights ago and it just stopped. It went "stone dead", nothing dramatic; no loud pop, or puff of smoke, or burning smell, it just stopped. So now it is fix, or replace.

post #10 of 10

any progress?
 

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