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Old 6th July 2007, 01:44 AM   #1
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Default Modding an old Technics SL-P202A

Hello everyone,

Iím new here as well as in modding. Iíve read something about modding and for me it sounds very interesting, but I donít have any experience in this field. But, Iím willing to learn. I have basic knowledge of electronics and some experience in DIY, soldering and with craft tools.
Recently Iíve got an old Technics SL-P202A CD player in ďas newĒ condition. As I can remember, this model had very good reviews back in early 90-es. I know that it is not hi end but I think that it still sounds fair. So Iíd like to try to do something with it. What do you think, is it worth of effort at all? Did someone modded this model already? Where I should start?

Thanks in advance!

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