Hired 23 times
23 years in business
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12:00 a.m. to midnight
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Sam is awesome to deal with and his reputation and knowledge are second to none. He recently brought my Tascam 122mkII cassette deck back to life. He even replaced a couple parts that he's probably the only one on the planet to actually have them in stock. I certainly wouldn't hesitate to use his services again or recommend him to a friend. Another thing...his business ethics and honesty are above reproach.Jun 7, 2013Verified
The deck was deemed not worth proceeding with the repairs to it. I agreed and pursued a different deck. I appreciated his opinions, expertise and will consult him for other needs in the future. He was honest about the condition of the deck and that allowed me to make my decision quickly.May 19, 2013Verified
All I can say is Sam's credentials speak for themselves. I sent him a Teac A-2000 that was running so-so and it came back running excellent. There's no other way to describe it. He's also quick at replying to e-mail questions so be sure to check your inbox. A+ grade.Mar 21, 2013Verified
Sam repaired my tascam atr-60 reel to reel machine. Here is a service professional who is willing to go the extra mile to do quality work. Extremely knowledgeable and thorough. Great customer service and rates.Jan 5, 2013Verified
Sam did an excellent job of fixing my 40+ year old Teac reel to reel player. He was extremely thorough, conscientious and reasonable. I have already recommended him to other people, accompanied with high praise for him.Jan 4, 2013Verified
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?There are always times that in deck repair we learn how equipment was made different and specialized. It is an ongoing learning process as you approach new types of equipment and the new problems associated with now 30-40 year decks. There is also a difference between a repair and a restoration. A restoration encompasses a lot more and can be more expensive. That idea has to be thought out before the deck is sent in as the difference in price may offend some people.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I was in Engineering school just after leaving the Police Department and needed a summer job. I applied at Teac and was hired due to good test scores pretty quick. After several years in tape deck, cassette, CD, VCR and other electronics products, I was called into the Radio business where I ended up owning my own business, working full time for ESPN, Sporting News, Spanish Broadcasting and Moody Radio. A good technical background can lead you far into many directions. I also worked as a contractor in Pro Video.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Look for an individual that has experience and looks professional. Those that can answer technical questions well will provide the best service as they know their trade. Contact me.