Home Audio and Video

Audiotronics services multiple brands of home audio and video equipment. For a full list of serviceable brands, click here.

Audiotronics, your trusted Apple Authorized Service Provider.

Our locations in Blacksburg and Roanoke have been Apple Authorized Service Providers for computers, starting with the primary Roanoke location, since 2010. Our fully trained and Apple Certified technicians have more than 28 years of combined computer experience.

If your Mac took a spill, display went out, needs more memory or it’s finally time to put your faithful Mac to rest and you need to get the files transferred, contact us or stop by one of our local convenient locations.

We have Authorized Apple Service Technicians standing by ready to help. It’s what we do. We solve Mac problems. Sometimes the solutions are easy, sometimes hard. But part of what makes us an Apple Authorized Service Provider is the willingness to go the extra mile to find the best solution for you.

Service is where it all comes together for us. Superior product knowledge, extensive Mac expertise, and a commitment to first-rate customer service are what you have come to expect.

CLICK HERE for The Audiotronics Bill of Consumer Rights

We provide warranty services for:
Mac Desktops – iMac, Mac Mini and Mac Pro
Mac notebooks – MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

We also provide services for these products no longer under warranty:
Mac Desktops – iMac, Mac Mini and Mac Pro
Mac notebooks – MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

Contact our Apple Authorized Service Technicians today:

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11 thoughts on “Service

  1. I have a Fisher brand cassette player/recorder (early 80’s) that needs attention/service & new belts. Do you guys service/repair gear like this? Thank you for your time to answer my question.

    1. Michael,
      Thanks for contacting us regarding service on your Fisher cassette deck. We would be happy to assist you with the repair of your unit however at this time we are completely covered up with repairs and we have had to temporarily stop accepting vintage units. With the closing of other service shops around the area our service intake has increased. We hope to be able to start accepting vintage units again in the future.

  2. I have a failed MacBook Pro 2011. If I provide parts, can you replace hd with ssd, replace hd cable, and install new memory? What would be the labor costs on a job like that? I have already run all the diagnostics with apple and this is the course I want to pursue.

    Thank you,


  3. Are you able to reset a MacBook Pro (early 2016) firmware password? I want to do a fresh install and I seem to have misplaced my password.

  4. I have a pair of older Klipsch kg4 speakers that need some repair. Would you all be able to repair these for me?

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