He will work on your speakers only if you drop them off and pick them up.
What most people do is pull out the bad driver, (woofer, midrange, tweeter) and ship the driver only. He does provide return shipping on the driver(s).
Yes, he does that, though he doesn't work with tweeters. I asked him if he would replace the capacitors and maybe do some upgrades, but unfortunately I live far from his location. I understand him, but this is not world class service at all.
Let us know when you find someone who offers this 'world class service' for you inna.
Jmcgrogan2, I sure will. But I am not in a hurry, I may actually never do it. The speakers are 17 years old so I thought why not? But for now they sound like the day I got them used, only better because the rest of my system is much better now.
- I have had a pair of New Large Advent Utility Loudspeakers since I got them as a High School graduation present in 1978 ($148 the pair at Tech Hifi on sale). They have been sitting in my den, deteriorating, for about 25 years. I decided to drop them off for restoration at Millersound.
I could not be happier with the results. For about $125, Bill re-foamed the woofers, cleaned the tweeter level switches, repaired some of the vinyl veneer that was peeling or chipped, and patched up a rip in one of the grills.
They look much better than before, and sound really good. Hearing them working so well brought back memories of when I first had a decent stereo in my room. Bill is really easy to deal with, and the turn around time for the repair was just one week.
These are not in my big rig, but they have a lot of sentimental value to me, so I am really happy that they have been restored and now work very well.
I highly recommend MillerSound for speaker restoration services.
I am not affiliated in any way with MillerSound, other than being a customer.