Our electronics workshop consists of three fully equipped workbenches. We use test equipment from the following manufacturers:
In addition to the regular time domain measurements, tests can be carried out in the frequency domain – up to 96kHz. We only undertake repairs for products we can obtain schematics for.
All products are repaired to component level where possible in order to maintain component MTBF. Where a job is likely to take over 1.5 – 2 hours, depending on the brand, module replacement is recommended where applicable.
With over 60 combined years of experience in pro-audio maintenance, your equipment is safe in our hands. Our speciality is the repair of high powered amplifiers and loudspeakers.
We have a dedicated loudspeaker repair shop, complete with burn-in facility. Most loudspeakers are assessed within five working days of receipt and often repaired, parts permitting, within the same time frame.
The majority of the test equipment used on loudspeakers at Ampman Audio Services is supplied by Neutrik sub-brand NTi Audio.
Our FFT analysis software is often used for studio monitor set-up and verification. SMAART is our chosen package for this – a world renowned piece of software known for its accuracy and acceptability by audio pros.
We have recently invested in a go no-go speaker test facility utilising Lab.gruppens’ PLM fingerprint technology. This is an exciting coup for us as this technology will indicate when a loudspeaker transducer has been re-coned, its wear and whether the loudspeaker has original parts. These types of tests cannot be performed using traditional FFT measurements unless in laboratory conditions.
Our workshops are fully equipped in order to provide all services relevant to pro-audio
Portable Test Equipment
Ampman Audio Services has a range of portable test equipment from our chosen partner NTi. These tools are essential for supplying, analyzing and measuring signals through your audio equipment – in both the digital and analogue realms.
All of these instruments are available in fully calibrated form with an official NTi calibration certificate – which is essential if these devices are to be legally depended on.