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El Glom-o
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Repair/Replace Kenwood M2A Power Amp? Baltimore/D.C.

After many years of trouble-free service, I messed up my stereo power amp by getting the left channel speaker lead shorted when moving the speakers. I would have taken it to Serv-a-tronics in Glen Burnie, but they've recently gone out of business.

Any recommendations for stereo equipment repair in the Baltimore/D.C. area?

The amp is a Kenwood Basic M2A.

Or is it just time to go ahead and get a new amp? I was thinking about an Adcom GFA-5500 or GFA-5400. Any other suggestions for new amp choices?

Thank you.

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Re: Repair/Replace Kenwood M2A Power Amp? Baltimore/D.C.

www.avahifi.com I know i wood, probably Kenwood too.

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Re: Repair/Replace Kenwood M2A Power Amp? Baltimore/D.C.


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Any recommendations for stereo equipment repair in the Baltimore/D.C. area?

E G-o,

Check out SoundScape (www.soundscapemd.com). They've been in business forever and I've been dealing with them since the late 60's. They're on West Coldspring Lane, between North Charles St. and Roland Ave. Also, check out The Listening Room (www.listenroom.com)in Pikesville. True audiophile stores...not a C.C., Tw....r or B.B.

Let me know if you need any more info.

Mike

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