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Old 1st July 2010, 06:50 AM   #1
JoMo is offline JoMo  Australia
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Default Kenwood DP-750 CD player

Many years ago I picked up a Kenwood DP-750 from the side of the road that someone was throwing out.
I hadn't used it for awhile (4-5 years) but the other day I hooked it in and it still works fine.
I am wondering if anyone has any schematics, information or opinions relating to it?
Is it worth doing any modifications to it at all?
I am not going to be in a position to buy a cd player or other similar source for quite awhile so I am interested in making the best of what I have got at the moment!
Until recently I have just used a PC as my music source.
What would people advise?
Kind regards to all,
Joe Bedford
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