Specializing in Antique Radio Repair
Tube Radio Repair
Transistor Radio Repair
Tube and Transistor Radios for Sale
Turn around Time 6 - 8 Weeks Average
AM Car Radios
Replacement of the first 5 signal capacitors are free!
Located in Dayton, Ohio
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See the Radio and Transistor pages to the left!
Are you frustrated because you cannot find out how much it will cost to repair your radio?????
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For Pricing please see the "Tube and Transistor" repair pages to the left.
To send in your radio, see the "Send In your Radio" page to the left.
Typical Repair Cost:
5 or 6 Tube Radios - $180.00 - $250
7 or 8 Tube Radios - $250 - $325
Pre-1935 radios - $350 to $450.00
AM Transistor Radios - $75.00 Flat Rate
Transistor AM/FM -$45.00/Hour - 2 Hour Minimum
Large AM/FM and Multiband radios - $67.50 plus parts with a 2 hour minimum.
Transistor Car Radio's - $150 Plus Parts - must have mechanical tuning, no digital displays.
AM Tube Car Radio's - see "Tube Radio Repair " page to the left.
Transistor Radios see "Transistor Repair" to the left.
Do not plug in your radio if it has been sitting in the garage for the past ten years! You could get a shock and maybe damage your radio.
Note: The worse thing you can do to any antique tube or transistor radio is to not play it! They are full of mechanical switches and contacts that need to be operated. The radio will not last longer if not used. Just the opposite. So play and enjoy your refurbished radio.
Now accepting Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover!
Want to stream music through your Antique Radio from your Smartphone, iPod or MP3 Player?
Go to EBay or Amazon and search for a "Bluetooth Music Receiver". These can be connected to the 3.5mm connector that I will install into your radio for $45 in most cases.
Here is how it works
When you place the "Bluetooth Music Receiver" into the installed 3.5mm connector, your smartphones Bluetooth will connect (wirelessly) to the "Bluetooth Music Receiver". Then you can play your music, Pandora, ITunes, etc., through your radio.
Or Connect direct
If your device has a ear phone, you can plug your device directly into the installed 3.5mm connector using a cable with male 3.5mm plugs on each end.
It will not be possible to safely install the 3.5mm connector into radios designed without a power transformer. These are usually radios manufactured in the 50's. I will let you know if your radio can have this upgrade.
Previous customers who have had the 3.5mm connector installed. If you do not have a lot of volume, please contact me. I have found another way to connect this to your radio that will give you more volume. I will correct your installation for free.
Those of you looking for a good antique radio with FM, try looking at the German radios manufactured in the 50s -60's. Names of those manufactures are Graetz, Grundig, Nordmende, Saba and Telefunken. I know that I have left out some manufactures, but you get the idea. These radios have great reception and wonderful sound. American radios with FM before 1960 were terrible. These German radios have AM, FM, Shortwave and usually a phono input for Bluetooth.
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