Northwest Speakers & Equipment

★★★★★
  • 560 Windy Hill Rd SE Ste A

    Smyrna, GA 30080

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  • 770-438-0500

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i took my mcintosh speakers and crossovers in for repair, and couldn't be more pleased. gordon is the tech, and he recognized the bare and blown mcintosh speakers from across the room. that's the confidence and knowledge you look for with vintage gear. the speakers were perfectly refoamed and the crossovers expertly rebuilt. i'm listening right now, and let me tell you, my speakers, and these guys, rock!

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i took my mcintosh speakers and crossovers in for repair, and couldn't be more pleased. gordon is the tech, and he recognized the bare and blown mcintosh speakers from across the room. that's the confidence and knowledge you look for with vintage gear. the speakers were perfectly refoamed and the crossovers expertly rebuilt. i'm listening right now, and let me tell you, my speakers, and these guys, rock!

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I have only visited this tiny shop one time to get a blown speaker repaired, and was a little surprised to discover how cluttered the inside is. It truly is difficult to move around. However, they did a nice job with my speaker, charged a fair price, and did the work in a reasonable amount of time. It sure was cheaper than buying a new speaker, that's for sure. Dirt Cheep Music recommended them, saying they got most of their electronics work done there, so I tried them out.... it was worth it. The guy I talked to was Ron, and I think he's the owner. It seems like this shop has been around a long, long time -- and that's a good thing!

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I have only visited this tiny shop one time to get a blown speaker repaired, and was a little surprised to discover how cluttered the inside is. It truly is difficult to move around. However, they did a nice job with my speaker, charged a fair price, and did the work in a reasonable amount of time. It sure was cheaper than buying a new speaker, that's for sure. Dirt Cheep Music recommended them, saying they got most of their electronics work done there, so I tried them out.... it was worth it. The guy I talked to was Ron, and I think he's the owner. It seems like this shop has been around a long, long time -- and that's a good thing!

 

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