Anyone know anything about allen & heath repairs?

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  1. fusion

    fusion rolling the beats

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    yo
    just opened up my xone 62 which has been fucked for a couple of years so havent used it and ive got so wound up with the sound off my pioneer that i really wanna sort the a&h.
    basically the headphone amp has blown in it meaning cueing comes out really distorted.

    any one know if i can nick and soldier another amp from somewhere in the mixer to replace the blown one.
    would save a costly trip to a specialist.

    any help would be sweet

    cheeeers
     
  2. davelowe

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    I'm not a techie so i can't offer you diy advice. but i had problems with my 62. the vcfs were bleeding. only paid 40 quid to get it fixed tho.
     
  3. Fisherman_Rich

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    Contact them direct and get it posted off, They're really helpfull and as theyre based in the UK its the only sensible option really, Dont make the mistake I did and got my local so called 'Disco Centre' to send it off, was without mine for 2 months : (
     
  4. Gloxxy

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    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    Sorry to change topic but when you say bleeding what exactly do you mean. Cos say when the filter is on HPF all the way clockwise, I can still hear the track really faint, does that mean mine are bleeding or did you have a different problem?
     
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    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    That is how it should be Russla. When the VCFs are bleeding you can hear them crackling when you turn the frequency pot.
     
  7. fusion

    fusion rolling the beats

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    cheers for the replys
    i did ask a few of the specialists off the allen & heath website but most were saying silly prices and 3 told me completely different things!
    i contacted allen & heath spares but they wont get back to me.
     
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    Cheers Northern! (y)