Professional CAMERA & ELECTRONIC REPAIRS
Professional electronics repair requires an in-depth understanding of electronics. Our technicians are able to identify and troubleshoot any issues that may arise in the equipment, as well as possess the skills to repair it. They are also able to understand the complex operations of the equipment and diagnose any malfunctions.
“Robert repaired my Sony A7siii quickly and for a fair price. I'm really happy with the service and wanted to write this review so people can have confidence in trusting Everything Electronics with their precious electronics. Highly recommend! Thank you Robert."
We are a reputable electronics repair shop located in the heart of the city. With a team of skilled technicians and a wide range of services, they have become the go-to destination for all electronics-related issues.
Vintage Electronics Repair
Vintage electronics repair can be costly and time-consuming, but is often necessary to maintain and repair older equipment. Professional technicians have the necessary skills and knowledge to diagnose the problem and repair the device quickly and efficiently. It is often the best option for those who wish to keep their devices running and in good condition.
One of the key aspects that sets Everything Electronics apart from other repair shops is our commitment to providing high-quality service. We understand the importance of electronics in our daily lives and strive to ensure that every repair is done with precision and care.
Customer satisfaction is of utmost importance to Everything Electronics. We believe in building long-term relationships with our customers by providing excellent service and support. Our friendly and professional staff is always ready to assist customers with any queries or concerns. With a quick turnaround time and competitive pricing, we ensure that customers receive the best value for their money.
A lifelong career in electronics has afforded me a wealth of practical knowledge. The bulk of it self-taught and some of it the result of mistakes I’ve made along the way and corrected.
Too cool for school, I left after grade 10 and spent a couple of years stripping and refinishing antiques, staining and spraying lacquer (without a mask) at a furniture factory. I transitioned into consumer electronic repairs following a childhood interest in all things technical.
At 18, I was repairing console television sets in people’s Livingroom’s as well as ‘everything electronic’ back at the shop. Over the next 3+ decades, my career has evolved with experience in electronic test and measurement equipment repair and calibration, broadcast and industrial products and supporting gear used in the film industry.
At the same time, and I’m told since a toddler, I was always fascinated with vintage electronics. The more tubes the better. Being weird, to this day I love the way a tube radio, stereo or phonograph sounds. The way a tube anything smells as the dust heats up is the best! I have been known to sit and stare at the lit filaments...
A long departed grandfather would always have an all American five radio or some record player waiting for me as a gift at family visits. I couldn’t have known how important his simple kindness was as it certainly set me on A specific path career and hobby wise.
I have a small collection of vintage cars as well. Nothing Barret-Jackson worthy but well kept. I enjoy them immensely and two of the five of them have tubes in their radios – can’t get any better than that. After a tough week in the real world, there’s just nothing like grabbing a coffee, sitting down in a chrome laden tail finned car and listening to its tube radio…