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Old 5th August 2012, 12:51 PM   #6151
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Looks like a good solution Sean...
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Old 5th August 2012, 01:05 PM   #6152
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On the standard SF-P101N 16 pin 16p CD Mechanism, with a CD in place, I then applied an interface layer to the bottom of the magnet so it was contacting the top of the CD, but allowing the 14mm ID surface of the magnet to center on the CD Turntable tapered surface. The result is perfect alignment of the CD Puck.
Sean, this sounds like a great idea. I'm trying to picture what you said about an interface layer, but my imagination is not that good. Can you provide a bit more info about this part - or a drawing or pic?
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Old 5th August 2012, 01:07 PM   #6153
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Is the Sanyo RM-SRCBX330 J Remote Control code compatible with the Shigaclone system?
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Old 5th August 2012, 09:05 PM   #6154
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Sean, this sounds like a great idea. I'm trying to picture what you said about an interface layer, but my imagination is not that good. Can you provide a bit more info about this part - or a drawing or pic?
tonyptony,

I measured the gap between the CD and the magnet resting on the CD Turntable molded taper and then hunted around for a soft material in my stash of stuff that was close to the thickness needed.

There will be some minor variation in the ID of the magnets I needed...I ordered three(3)...though we are talking about .0005 variation, which is nothing to worry about. The bigger variation is the thickness of CD's, but that is +/- .003" or less in the in the sampling I did.

So what I am saying is that with the variables involved here, you will need to experiment with the thickness of the interface material if you use the magnets noted. I happen to have some painters masking tape on hand that was perfect in thickness with one layer and allows the magnet, with the tape in place, to contact all the CD's I tried and provide a slip free grip between the magnet CD Clamp, the CD's I tried, and the Sanyo CD Turntable. Even with the thinnest CD on hand, there was only .002" run-out of the magnet and at the rpm speeds of the CD drive motor, the very slight imbalance is a none issue as the mass variation is at the center of rotation. There is more vibration due to dynamic imbalance in CD's caused be the variation in the centering holes.

There are other type tapes that would work. The beauty is the stuff is cheap and if it needs replacement or more thickness, it is easy to replace, add more, or change thickness as needed.
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Tibi,

Please review my post #6035 and your reply, post #6038 with regard to my order. You have e-mail. Could you send another invoice?

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So what I am saying is that with the variables involved here, you will need to experiment with the thickness of the interface material if you use the magnets noted. I happen to have some painters masking tape on hand that was perfect in thickness with one layer and allows the magnet, with the tape in place, to contact all the CD's I tried and provide a slip free grip between the magnet CD Clamp
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Tibi,

Please review my post #6035 and your reply, post #6038 with regard to my order. You have e-mail. Could you send another invoice?

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Sorry for confusion. Invoice was canceled and a new one sent.

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Old 5th August 2012, 10:54 PM   #6158
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Tibi,

Is the JVC RM-SRCBX330 J Remote Control code compatible with the Shigaclone system?
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Old 6th August 2012, 02:14 AM   #6159
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Yes, it is compatible. I tested it with both JVC boombox and Sanyo boombox.
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Tibi,

Is the JVC RM-SRCBX330 J Remote Control code compatible with the Shigaclone system?
Im not able to get schematic for JVC RM-SRCBX330, so I can not advice you.

Original JVC RC-EZ31 use SC7461-103 IC made by SILAN. If your remote have this chip inside, than will work.

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