Krell KSA-150 Class-A Amplifier Restoration - Avoid Trevor Lees Audio!





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Published on Sep 4, 2011

This video is of a restoration I performed on a beautiful Krell KSA-150 class-A power amplifier. The restoration came about because of an unethical Hi-Fi dealer in Melbourne, Trevor Lees Audio, also trading as ChristophersAudiophileStore on eBay.

Trevor Lees misrepresented the condition and history of this amplifier. He was very friendly during pre-purchase discussion, right up until I discovered a botched repair job. I was told the amplifier was perfect, that no repair work had ever been carried out and that the amp was like new. Trevor also told me he had sold the amp new to its original owner. Unfortunately, I discovered that none of these statements were true.

EBay and PayPal supposedly "protect" the buyer and offered me a refund of the purchase price, minus the $400 shipping both ways. I would be $800 out of pocket, with no amp - not really a great deal of "protection" for me there. Naturally, I decided to cut my losses and document the complete restoration of this wonderful amplifier. The amp is now better than new in terms of parts and performance :)

I highly recommend equipment like this be examined by a competent technician once it is more than ten years old. I undertake restorations like this for people who want the very best performance from their audio gear. I have all the test and measurement equipment and parts to complete this sort of work correctly.

Visit http://liquidaudio.com.au for all the latest restorations and repairs!


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