Roland Juno-106 Repair / HS-60
If your Juno-106 or HS-60 is sounding distorted, suffering from periodic pops in the output, or the sound is cutting out, you probably have malfunctioning voice chips. In general, most strange or erratic behavior can be traced back to these 80017A voice chips malfunctioning. We can help! Our voice chips and installation / calibration services are priced very competitively. We no longer recommend the epoxy strip method and do not perform it. We don’t take money up front either and our turn around time averages around two weeks.
The second most common problem with the Juno-106 and HS-60 is dirty slide controls. If the little red dots show up frequently on your LED patch number display, even when you haven’t altered the current patch, your sliders are dirty or malfunctioning. We can replace or clean your sliders and have a large stock of replacement parts. If your buttons are not working, we can replace those too with new ones for a competitive price.
Feel free to contact us with any Juno-106 / HS-60 / MKS-7 repair questions. Check out our article here too for further information on industry challenges and tribulations of restoring these classic machines.
We charge a flat fee of $250 for replacing and calibrating the 80017A ICs. Abused and damaged voice boards will be subject to extra charges. Restoration jobs for Juno 106 synths average between $250 and $600; this includes replacing and calibrating the 80017a ICs.