Is there a list of Skylabs' current inventory?

Sorry, there is not. A lot of items get sold within a day or before they hit the sales floor. Keeping an updated list would just be too tedious. If you would like to email us with a model you are looking for or a price range, we can let you know what's in-stock.

Sorry, we do not ship receivers, turntables or speakers at this time.

We already have trouble keeping the store full of inventory, there wouldn't be a reason to have a store if we sold on-line, as well.

Does Skylabs do house calls?

Unfortunately, no. There is no such thing as a "quick, easy fix" with vintage electronics.

Do I need to make an appointment to bring my equipment in?

No. As long as it is something we repair, you can bring it in any of our open hours. If you are unsure if we repair your equipment, please email us and include the model number.

How much will it cost to fix my "_____"?

Honestly, we don't know. A lot of times we have to fix issues as they show up. For example, a mechanic doesn't know if a transmission is not working if the engine won't run. With a receiver, our technician will start with power and go forward from there.

Does Skylabs repair anything vintage electronics related?

We do not work on players for the following formats: Reel to Reel, CD, DVD, 8-Track, VHS, Cassette, or Laserdisc.

We do not work on furniture style stereos, surround-sound receivers, headphones, PA equipment, kitchen radios, Bose waveradios, clock radios, HAM radio, powered sub-woofers, CB radio, car stereos, hair dryers, message chairs, toasters, or plasma orbs.

As a general rule, we do not work on anything newer than components manufactured in 1982.

We do not repair Crosley, Jensen, Victrola, Ion, Pyle turntables or Bang and Olufsen.