EAV has now been authorised as a MOOG repairer offering warranty support, repairs and spares for Western Australian MOOG lovers and we're as proud as punchy synths :)
"It was 1970. I was 13 years old listening to the radio back in Christchurch New Zealand. They played a new acoustic track by Emerson Lake and Palmer. I was learning piano at the time and had just passed my grade 4 theory and practical so had very eager ears.
I suddenly ...
It has come to our attention that there is a large group of heathens out in the big wild world that don't accept the vast evidence for the existence of Santa.
How these people can live with themselves in the face of years of documented sightings by millions of children all over the world is unfathomable.
Just Google Santa if you don't believe us!
We hope everyone does their bit this year to share Santa's goodness all over the world and we ...
EAV wishes everyone the best of the best for 2015 and a very happy break from the crazy.
EAV will close 3PM Wednesday 24th December 2014.
If you want to pop in and enjoy a strange beverage we will welcome you from 12:00PM onwards :)
EAV will reopen for bookins, advise, stale fruitcake, flat beer and crazy stories on Thursday 8th January 2015.
EAV will be open for normal business (yeah Donna is back) on Thursday the 15th January.
Thank you all for the ...
Listen up WA friends! If you talk/sing into a microphone or listen to your band monitoring with a wireless system, you gotta read this and follow it through!
It will be illegal to use wireless microphones in the spectrum located in the 694–820 MHz frequency range from 1 January 2015.
What's Going On?
Many community groups and businesses use wireless audio devices such as wireless microphones and public announcement systems for a range of purposes, including school assemblies, religious services, theater and ...
UPDATED APRIL 2015 (see below)
A client brought in a couple of Dex he had just purchased from a reputable Ebay seller. This seller's product looks awesome, has all the fruit and are very well presented. By the time you get them freighted you're up for AU$3000.
I was looking forward to seeing these dex as I've followed modding and customisation since day one and have "watched" many of the Ebay seller's dex in awe.
Bet they're amazing right? Everything perfect, smooth, ...
This will not set you back a lot of dough and for the average muso who has burger all bread to spend on new gear, this could be the ultimate kneaded device.
I'm not here to butter you up, but this unit has a lovely vintage grain and when warmed up gives a fantastic crunchy tone.
Please don't Baguette until you've tried it.
..so who's up for a jam?
Excuse my rye sense of humour.
We will be closing at midday on the 24th December 2013 and opening for bookins, pickups and beverages only on the 9th January 2014.
We will be fully functional again on the 13th January.
EAV thanks all our customers and friends for a wonderful year and hopes you all have a safe and refreshing break.
Please use the contact form for any emergencies over the crazy period, we will be very close by.
I have just reconed six EV EVX180 18" 1000W drivers (woofers). It was probably one of the worst reconing jobs I have had to do.
The drivers were from three MTL-2BT cabinets which are in the EV Manifold Technology family where the woofers are mounted horizontally opposite each other and push air into a cavity in the centre of the cabinet. They're capable of 130.5dB when driven with 1200 Watts and the cabinet tuning is 37Hz. They were/are a ...
EAV has taken stock of a large pile of new Peavey spares during the change of Australian distributor.
We have stacks of potentiometers, slider controls, switches, sockets and a host of Black Widow replacement baskets all at reasonable prices.
As most techs know, Peavey use an unusual range of components and they are often numbered exclusively with Peavey part numbers. Their pots are often bracketed and their mixers often use Spider pots. Nothing else will fit without unsightly modification.
The Black Widow ...
Now, imma not mention any names here but...
Not that long ago here in Perth, a very well know international trio of musicians and a major touring act, purchased from Ebay, a bucket of very awesome Neve 51 channel strips for their studio.
They needed them racked up and a power supply made. Simple huh? I believe all that was required was +/- 16V at 3.6A, -15V at 1A and +/- 25V at 1A.
Wait seems it isn't that easy to get ...