Malcom Hill Associates

Discussion in 'Mixing' started by eddieT, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. eddieT

    eddieT Guest

    Does anyone have any info on Hill audio. I need a power supply for their 24/4/2 board
     
  2. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

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    Welcome, EddieT!!I used to have a Hill Multimix several years ago. Loved the layout, loved the sound, its headroom gave my Series600 a run for its' money. But then the P/S crashed. In the States, there was no support back then (92 or so). Also no internet to surf. If you can't find Mr. Hill through Google, maybe someone here knows a qualified tech in your part of the world who can muddle through if the documentation isn't available anymore...Let us know where you reside! Don't give up just yet...that was a pretty nice board... :)
     
  3. eddieT

    eddieT Guest

    hillboard

    thanks to moonbaby on the hill board info.I'm located in SE Ga and I have the old power supply and wiring diagram looking fo someone to repair this hill power supply
     
  4. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

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    Great! You're right up the road from me! I'll make some calls today and get you in touch with someone between Hotlanta and Borlando...
     
  5. moonbaby

    moonbaby Mmmmmm Well-Known Member

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    I spoke with a local audio repair service here in Jacksonville. TCM Electronics (904)389-9952. Rick there said that P/S are no problem. I have never personally used him, but his reputation is pretty good with stuff like that. He does keep very busy there.
    There is also a company in Atlanta called CTG, and I have used them when I lived up there several years ago. But I have no info on them anymore, and the ph# that 411 gave me was not THAT CTG.
    I would think that practically ANY electronics shop (TV,etc) could handle that type of repair, since you have the documentation for servicing it. Also, if you are in the Brunswick/St.Simons Island area, check with the local music retailers. There's a dude who used to advertise repairs and custom-built tube amps there.. Good Luck!
     

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