Question about Groups RECHARGEABLE WIRELESS SOUND SYSTEM FOR LARGE 40W AMP 8 SPEAKER Apollo Microphone

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MYT APOLLO 6000N WILL NOT TAKE A CHARGE ANY LONGER

MY amp. is about 5 year old, and no longer take a charge to play with-out power. Where is replacement for the Batt. or where is location, and who can repair it, or change the Batt.?????

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  • revchacon Jan 22, 2009

    Thank you for the information. I used it with elect. Power from where I am at, and if it breaks I just take to the local repair place, and when it gone it will real old, and time for a up-grade. Buy American, and you same results.. It works good now.. thanks all

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Buy a new battery pack for your PA-6000 at AVTS Parts Fulfillment Center
item PA6000-05 battery pack 18v at www.pegasusavproducts.us

Posted on Jan 05, 2011

  • jewlsiyq Jun 02, 2011

    My newer Apollo has the battery sealed inside... anyone know how to open that compartment to change the battery if I do by a new one? My really old Apollo you can change the battery I can get it at batteries plus for $50... But I had them look at my new one he also said wow why would they do that??? Stupid me bought it brand new on ebay because I LOVED my old system used it for years.... Need it to be wireless for out door gigs. Suggestions needed!

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I have the same problem. I did take the amplifier apart and found that the battery is down in side and requires taking componets out to get to it. As of yet I am not sure that the battery is the problem. I have not been able to find a wiring diagram to check it out. I have recently bought a second PA 6000 to which I can use to trace voltages. It is possibly that the power board has a part that quits working.
So if there is any one with a solution I too would like to hear about it. Thanks

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

  • hamie401 Jan 22, 2009

    I spoke with the Boone company this morning, they don't have anything to do with the amplifiers and referred me to a number for Apollo.

    When I called that number the lady answered as Vutec not Apollo. The Apollo amplifiers were discontinued several years ago, they do not service them, they do not carry spare parts for them, and they do not have a wiring diagram for them.

  • raybreally Jan 05, 2011

    check AVTS Parts Fulfillment Center their shop online has all the spare parts for your Apollo PA Systems. www.pegasusavproducts.us
    You just need to buy the PA6000-05 Battery Pack 18v

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