Would you buy a brand new car, and never change the oil?

You invest equal if not more into a professional audio system, and just like a car it requires regular service. Maintaining audio equipment will help you avoid costly repairs, lowering the overall cost of ownership and saving you thousands in potential lost revenues from untimely breakdowns.

Common Preventable Causes of Audio System Failure.


The number one cause of audio equipment failure is overheating. Audio racks are typically put into a closet or the kitchen where they are out of sight from customers and where they won’t get in the way. The air in these rooms typically contain dust or grease that clog cooling fans and leave internal components with a buildup of dust and grime. Over time this drastically reduces their ability to cool themselves down and leads to overheating & premature failure.

EQ & Limiters

Anyone that touches your sound system adjusts it according to their personal preference. Multiply those changes by every band, DJ and staff member that comes in contact with the controls you can see how quickly a complex system can become skewed. Bypassing limiters and having EQ levels adjusted by inexperienced staff opens the door to poor sound, blown speakers and damaged equipment.

Wear & Tear

General wear & tear on cables, monitors, mixers and stage equipment will quickly lead to broken cables and connections. Small issues that if ignored, can lead to short circuits and blown internal fuses.

Dirty Pots, Switches & Faders

Professional audio electrical connections use premium metals like copper, silver and gold. These provide the best connection possible and produce the clearest sound with no interference, but after time these metals oxidize and corrode.

Protect Your Investment With Regular Maintenance


What Our Service Includes

We know you’re busy, that’s why we’ve made it effortless! We’ll track  service requirements for you and send you notifications when its time for your next service. No yearly contracts &  no scheduling  for you to worry about.

  • Clean cooling fans & heatsinks on amps, processors, crossovers and any other rack components.
  • Remove, deoxidize & lubricate volume pots, electrical connections and faders.
  • Inspect & repair cables, connections and portable equipment.
  • Reset EQ levels and volume limiters.
  • Inspect and test speakers for blown horns, woofers and crossovers.
  • Detailed reports outline services performed and recommendations.