Get in Touch

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STEVE BENNETT HI-FI Pty. Ltd.

Phone: 03 5221 6011
Visit: 52 LITTLE RYRIE STREET  GEELONG  VIC 3220
Mail to: PO BOX 138  GEELONG  VIC  3220
ABN: 22 511 209 127

Opening Hours: MONDAY TO FRIDAY 10 – 6, SATURDAY 10.00 – 1.00

11 thoughts on “Get in Touch

  1. Hi there – do you do turntable repairs? I have a technics SL B3 and it seems to be stuck on the “on” position when connected to power. If not can you please recommend me a repairer in the greater Geelong area? Thanks! Maryanne

    1. Yes Maryanne, I’s likely to be a contact that needs cleaning or re-aligning. Bring it in and I will work it out. Regards, Ken

  2. I have some very long stereo speaker cables which I would like shortening and fitting with RCA connectors to the shortened cables. Do you provide this kind of service?

    1. Yes Richard, Bring your speaker cables in. RCA connectors are unusual on speaker cables. If you’re not sure, bring the connector take a picture on your phone and I’ll make sure it’s right. Regards, Ken.

  3. Hi guys, does your Yamaha NP-S303 come in Silver? Thanks

    1. Hi Stew, Yes it does. But it’s $699 in silver so I didn’t add it to the listing. I only have black stock on special.

  4. Hi do you guys service and repair hi fi receivers? I have a NAD 7155 from 1985 that needs a service and maybe some repair work done, thanks!

    Jamie

    1. Sorry Jamie, I can’t help. Try Central Appliance Service on 52221418 or Andy G Electronics on 52150460. 33 years is about how long your 7155 should have lasted. If it’s anything more than ‘something simple’ you might consider the excellent Yamaha RN602 to replace it. It is a superb sounding receiver with up-to-date connectivity. https://sbhifi.com.au/?product=yamaha-r-n602-stereo-musiccast-receiver

  5. hi can I get a price on Yamaha ttn503 vinyl 500 turntable , if so when will it be in stock.
    Thankyou

  6. Is it still possible to buy a Hi-Fi component, audio cassette deck?

    1. No Pierce, I have not seen a brand-new cassette deck for more than a decade. The rubber components, that cassette decks rely on to operate, has a shelf-life of about 20 years. The best way to play tapes now is to buy a used high-end model and have it serviced; like this one https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Yamaha-K-1020-3-Head-Stereo-Cassette-Deck-Silver-Needs-Repair-240V/283306926789?hash=item41f668a2c5:g:CZUAAOSw5wJcFygg:rk:6:pf:0#viTabs_0 . Parts and labour would cost $400-500 which, combined with the purchase price, is still excellent value for money. The K1020 was over $1000 30 years ago! Or this is an entry level model looks like it has already been serviced (because it wouldn’t be working anymore otherwise) and it’s not expensive at all: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Yamaha-Natural-Sound-Stereo-Cassette-Deck-KX-330-Remote-Tested-Working/254020049493?hash=item3b24c65a55:g:h5UAAOSwg-tcDh9d:rk:7:pf:0 . Hope that helps.

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