FORT COLLINS AUDIO STORE & AUDIO REPAIR
NOTICE - NEVER PLUG IN OLD AUDIO GEAR (POSSIBLE FIRE HAZARD)
At the Bizarre Bazaar we buy, sell, trade, repair and receive donations of used home stereo and home audio equipment. For items in good working
condition or needing minor repairs we can repair them for you or buy
them outright for resale in our store. Some audio components that are too costly to repair or too damaged can be salvaged for their useful parts, so we can often purchase such components and add their parts to our vast used parts inventory.
Most home audio components sold new today have very short lifespans and are designed for the landfill from the start. Before you go out and buy a brand new home audio system stop by and check out our large inventory of used and fully-tested record players, turntables, amplifiers, receivers, radios, speakers and more. If you aren't happy with your purchase you may return any undamaged components within 7 days for a full refund. This way you can set up your stereo components at home and give them a gentle "test drive" to make sure you are happy about your purchase. Also, yes, you may trade-in or upgrade your old setup for a new one.
We offer repair services for the following items:
- turntables, phonographs, record players
- amplifiers, tube amplifiers and guitar amplifiers
- receivers and tuners and radios
- speakers and studio monitors
- CD players and cassette tape decks
Vast Parts Inventory:
(Please consider donating old audio gear to our service department.)
- needles and stylus
- phono cartridges and phono preamps
- vacuum tubes
- resistors and capacitors
- audio hardware feet
- connectors and jacks
- gears, springs, wheels and other parts harvested from broken components
SAFETY NOTICE - NEVER PLUG IN OLD AUDIO GEAR WITHOUT SERVICING:
Please note that most radio & record player units from the 1920s thru the 1960s should be fully serviced BEFORE PLUGGING THEM IN. These are often high-voltage devices whose electronics have reached the end of their lifetime, and they should always be serviced (or fully restored) to be safe. Although they might work after dusting them off, their lifespan is always very short and hazardous.
Audio Repair Hours - Thursday thru Monday - 10am to 6pm.
AUDIO TECHNICIAN: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please don't ask us to troubleshoot your audio components via email.)