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Old 9th May 2006
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Harrison series 10 spares

I am looking at purchasing a Harrison series 10 apparently in reasonably good working order..... it seems though that it is missing the keyboard for the automation system.... I am told that it will operate fine without the keyboard and the automation operational....would anyone know where I might be able to find spare parts for this console or if it is possible to run/operate the automation from a pc or mac. Alternatively I would be prepared to make a my own keyboard, if this has been done successfully by someone it would be great to hear about it....... I have had a good look around for information on this console and it seems almost non existant...... If anyone know where I can find any useful info it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks

Jay
Old 9th May 2006
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I am looking at purchasing a Harrison series 10 apparently in reasonably good working order.....
That Series 10 looks very dusty and old to me..... Make sure the power supplys and patchbay is working properly.


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..... it seems though that it is missing the keyboard for the automation system.... ....would anyone know where I might be able to find spare parts for this console
The only keyboard you'll need is a standard Macintosh keyboard for Mac II computers. Will cost about 2 bux at the junk yard.

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I am told that it will operate fine without the keyboard and the automation operational....
Yes it does.

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....... I have had a good look around for information on this console and it seems almost non existant...... If anyone know where I can find any useful info it would be greatly appreciated!
There where only 50 of these consoles made.... Funky Junk in London probably has most of the spareparts needed. Otherwise Harrison will gladly help you out.


Cheers,
Lindell
Old 9th May 2006
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Thanks for your comments Lindell....

So what should I expect to pay for this console in the condition that it is in? some channels have minor issues but all pass audio...... from what I have read they are excellent consoles.... is there anything I should specificly look for that might be a tell that it has issues requiring expensive repairs?


jay

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Old 5th January 2013
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All parts Harrison Series10

All parts from Harrison Series10 here.
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Regards.
Old 6th February 2013
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IPT is a shop in Franklin TN. Allan Waugh is the guy you want. He does all things old school Harrison. Great guy. Awesome tech.
Old 6th February 2013
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Both mine were dusty as well,had no effects what so ever on the working condition. Got it all cleaned up and could not be happier.
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