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I tool Matt's advice and contacted Dave Meyers at Overkill Audio.
Dave talked to me on the phone, had me fetch a #2 Phillips
screwdriver and soldering pencil then, he talked me
through the easy fix to get my SP-15 spinning correctly
once again... in 10 minutes...and adjusted the brake in
the deal.  No more  run away speed issue.  Dave is THE MAN,
and a heck of a nice guy to boot.   If you've got any audio
issues, he is the go-to guy.   Thanks Dave and thanks
Matt Sohn for the exceptional reference!


Lou Houck
Rollin' Recording
208 River Ranch Rd.
Boerne,  TX   78006
(830) 537-5494
(830) 537-5495 [ fax ]

----- Original Message ----- From: "Matt Sohn" <mahatma57@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ARSCLIST@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2009 6:02 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] SP-15

OH NO! My beloved SP-15 has come down with the dreaded
run-away speed?
syndrome. I sold and SP-10 years ago when it caught the
malady (sadness)?
...but I want to hang on to my 15. Anyone know of a
primary fix...new caps??
Or might it be some proprietary Technics IC, long out of
Any help from this august body? Thanks.?
Lou Houck?

Lou, You might try contacting Dave Meyers at Overkill Audio. He was selling upgrade kits for the SP-15, though a notice on his website says "as of 01-01-06, most SP-15 products are no longer available". His website is: http://www.overkillaudioinc.com/ and there is a phone number listed on his contact page.

Good luck!
-Matt Sohn


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