As we all experience the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic it is important to take time to update you on what is happening here at Totally Technical. We are currently still open and plan to remain open in a limited capacity, pending further direction from the government and other expert advice. We will proudly continue to offer our support and service to essential community services like radio broadcasters and emergency services during this trying and difficult time. The team will also continue to provide sales expertise and solutions to our valued customers through our online stores, but we have strictly limited interactions in our showroom by enforcing social distancing procedures to ensure the health and safety of our customers and staff.
As of Monday May the 4th, we are now accepting new repairs into our service department, however please be aware that there may be long delays in sourcing some parts for repairs. Unfortunately this is beyond our control. We look forward to the future health of all our family, friends, customers and community as we journey through this crisis together. Please be generous with each other, stay safe and stay home and we look forward to seeing you again soon.
Also see details about our Musiclab store HERE.
Our story begins in 1986 in a backyard garage in Wynnum. It was from here our head tech, Chris Nainby, started repairing various brands of electronic organs, Tascam, Fostex and Revox audio and broadcast equipment. The business was named at that time Musiclab. A laboratory for musical and recording equipment was our thinking back then.
We grew with significant support from local recording studios and the broadcast audio industry into a service and supply company with the reputation of being able to supply, fix and install their equipment properly.
We represented Lindos Electronics products to the broadcasters and associated infrastructure providers. The Lindos LA100 Audio Analyser became a key piece of test equipment to Telstra, Optus and much of the then Broadcast industry in Australia
Sales and service continued to grow which necessitated a move to Abbotsford Road, Albion. From there to Commercial Road, Fortitude Valley and onto Campbell Street, Bowen Hills.
At the beginning of 2008 the technical services, associated products and staff separated from Musiclab to form a new company, Totally Technical.
We have invested significantly in hi-tech repair equipment including a computer controlled infra-red rework system for high density PCB work including BGA rework.The right tool for the job is an important part of our philosophy.
We are a small enthusiastic team with many years of experience. We hope to be able to serve you!
OPENING HOURS: Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5pm
CLOSED: Weekends & Public Holidays
On Site Parking available at the rear of the building