Discussion in 'General Audio Discussion' started by nebfan, Aug 7, 2005.
I’m going to chime in with the
Nice CDP for a great price.
Pioneer DV-300... http://lampizator.eu/lampizator/REFERENCES/Goldmund/goldmundizator.html I have mine...
Sony CDP-650 Mk 2. Can be had for under $200, and it’s also a killer transport.
Which can be had, ad infinitum, for $5 each. You can pick up a few dozen in bulk and simply chuck 'em as the trays fall off.
Well hmmmm. I suppose the op could is my answer to this interesting response ^^
The OP hasn't been here in twelve years.
Oppo. Sound nice, does it all. Older DVD ones under $100 with HDMI outs, play DVDA and SACD and HDCD. Tough to beat. I think mine was like $60 plus shipping, works great, sounds great.
Biding his time, no doubt, until the price of a killer transport went below that of a Big Mac, fries, and medium-sized drink.
Sorry to keep on bothering you about this as I'm sure there's a different thread this should be in- tray opens and closes beautifully now after lubing posts to tray and laser but the CD won't play. It reads out after the tracking seeking sounds are made for about 20 seconds and you can skip to whatever track you'd like, but nothing plays. It was doing some heavy skipping before this as well.
What do you think is happening?
Edit: Plays but has taken 30 minutes to play a 3 minute tracks. Starts, stops.
Usually a dying laser head; though sometimes indicates a need for cleaning the laser lens and/or recapping the controller board and/or power supply. Occasionally correctable with a realignment -- check the service manual. Sometimes correctable by cleaning and properly lubricating the rails upon which the laser head moves.
I've herd my Arcam cd73t out perform or perform as good as many a more expensive player's
Thank you for reply.
Lubed said rails and cleaned lens. If there’s anything outside of that ie recapping, it’s currently out of my league
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