Vintage Kinergetics gear repair by someone that knows what they are doing?


Anyone know of anyone good for repairs? Ive invested quite heavily in Kinergectics and would love to find an engineer that built / designed / worked on these... The gear I bought all works great right now but ya never know and someone that could explain the difference with their original Compusound circuitry against their Compusound II circuitry. I have both amps.Very limited information online at least with my searching skills.West coast preferred.  


THX in advance!

-ALLGOOD
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If you have schematics or the service manual or even a circuit diagram with a parts list, any competent service guy should be able to "service" your gear. After all, resistors, capacitors, transformers, etc all work the same way no matter what they happen to be a part of.
I have nothing... Kinergetics was a pretty well regarded company I thought. But zero information online at least that I can find. Hopefully if this post stays up long enough someone will help me out.


-Allgood
I recently changed every electrolytic out in a KBA75 (improving many of them in spec and size). The improvement was dramatic.  I would think that most problems that would occur would be from aging parts.  My advice is to switchout those aging parts before they are a problem and just enjoy these old amps for years to come. 
Back in the day, I visited Kinergetics Research factory.  There primary business at the time, late 80's was building deep water Diving Bells.  Tony DiChiro was the chief designer on the electronics side of the business.  In the early 90's Kinergetics sold the audio business to a automotive audio company.