New audio products being added daily. For all your turntable and record needs. Vintage or New
For the past 10 years Analog Restorations was an audio shop that specialized in the repair and sales of vintage analog gear. Turntables were our specialty.
We not only worked on some pretty fancy stuff, but we had wanted to take a huge leap and help the average person. We felt that there was a large missing section of the market for people who wanted to do a little better than just getting started. We loved making certain people could come in, afford what they wanted, and then go home and be tickled pink. Everything we sold and everything we worked on was held to a pretty high standard, all this to ensure everyone got exactly what they wanted. And what was that? Plain and simple it was to listen to MUSIC!
Through this experience we not only build a pretty solid and well respected brand (we would like to think so anyway), but we built a really large community of people that all share the same passions and interest. Everyone is here doing this because they want to.
We are no longer doing repairs or sales at the capacity that we previously were. We looked again and realized there is now a large missing section for online support and just a place to go for good information. I mean, I really saw some seriously bad info.
With most people liking to do things on there own now, we are here to help. We also have a large group of pretty knowledgeable people that are here to help too. We encourage that you join our Facebook community with the link above and be part of the group. Everyone has something to offer and enjoy, at any level.
Here is the last thing we ask, well two things.... we don't have a membership fee , but we also think if you are gonna spend some money you should be able to get some really cool stuff. So please take a look at what we have in our cool analog stuff section for people who like cool analog stuff.
Next, we also ask that you don't be a jerk in the community. We have zero tolerance for that. That along with the just massive amounts of informational garbage people are sifting through was our reason to do this. Believe me, it was never the money.