Hmm. It looks like my blog’s Auto-Sync broke a long time ago, since it seems not to be cross-posting the shop blog entries anymore and hasn’t been for months. Now that I know there is a problem, I’ll consider doing … Continue reading
From the Rain City Audio Repair Blog: A Bose® Wave Radio, model AWR1-1W, just came through the shop for a repair. The radio had been working okay all these years but had recently stopped receiving any stations and instead was … Continue reading
From the Rain City Audio Repair Blog: Rain City Audio recently had the occasion to work on a 1938 GE radio, the model G-56. Since these are rather large floor model radios, the owner removed the chassis and speaker from … Continue reading
Active Equalizer #111042, received 11/18 with no contact information or paperwork, will be held for 30 days in pending status ending at midnight on December 18th, 2016 before being considered abandoned and disposed.
I was recently re-stuffing some capacitors for a radio. It’s not something I do often, but I’ve accumulated a pile of pulled vintage caps over the years so I have some on hand if a customer requests the most detailed … Continue reading
From the Rain City Audio Repair Blog: This 1930 Crosley radio came through the shop for a repair recently. The owner dropped off the chassis and turntable, then took the cabinet for professional refinishing. At some point in this radio’s … Continue reading
It looks like my automatic re-post script which posts things from the shop blog over to Retrovoltage hasn’t been working for a bit. Sorry for the lack of posts! I’ve been up to quite a few projects recently, so look … Continue reading