[Amps] Alpha service
jimw7ry at gmail.com
Thu Nov 26 20:32:37 EST 2020
I wonder how current this information is?
On 11/26/2020 7:20 PM, John Bodine wrote:
> From the Alpha website (https://www.alpharfsystems.com/?page_id=1423)-
> Service Policy <https://www.alpharfsystems.com/?page_id=1423>
> We are available in Colorado 8AM-4PM Monday to Friday by telephone or email
> for support. We are anxious to help you get back on the air, and will
> repair any amplifier we made IF we can get the parts. This can be
> challenging given the nearly fifty year history of Alpha. Rest assured that
> if you purchase a new amplifier from ARFSL that we will completely support
> you with whatever your service needs are. We are not just a reseller but a
> full manufacturing and support organization. Our mission is to build the
> best amplifier possible and to provide the service to match.
> Since we do completely manufacture our products in house, the service
> department is usually fully stocked with every component to repair your
> present production 9500, 8410 or 8406 amplifier in a timely manner. We have
> many parts to repair legacy amps, but hope you understand that many of the
> parts used for example in the 87A are no longer obtainable because some
> suppliers are out of business and microprocessors manufactured 30 years ago
> are completely obsolete. The electronics industry has shifted away from
> offering many parts in through hole versions since the surface mount
> assembly revolutionized the industry.
> service at alpharfsystems.com
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2020 at 7:24 PM Steve, NR4M <steve at nr4m.com> wrote:
>> Hello all
>> I recently saw something, somewhere that Alpha was barely existing.
>> Does anyone know if their service is up and running? I have two 8410’s
>> down for different reasons.
>> Is there anyone on the east coast doing service on the current Alpha amps?
>> Thanks and happy thanksgiving.
>> 73 de Steve NR4M
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