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Old 10th September 2011, 12:00 PM   #1
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Default Anyone recognise this pickup/mech ?

Can anyone ID this pickup and mech in my Marantz Pearl Lite SACD player.

There's no problem with the player... I was just looking for curiosity and whether it was worth getting one as a spare.

The spindle motor is a small direct drive affair like in DVD recorders etc.
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Old 10th September 2011, 08:37 PM   #2
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Pioneer loader. Pickup OXX-80xx or OWX-80xx or ONP-80xx
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Old 11th September 2011, 04:07 AM   #3
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Agreed, it does appear to be the same OXX8005 laser & mech from Pioneer, as used in the DV-45A/47ai/59avi/79avi(only know the usa model numbers).
I have a lot of experience with these, and can tell you that it is, so far, the most reliable dvd laser/mech I have ever encountered. Really rather shocked that this great mech would be found in a Marantz piece.
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Pioneer loader. Pickup OXX-80xx or OWX-80xx or ONP-80xx

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Agreed, it does appear to be the same OXX8005....

I have a lot of experience with these, and can tell you that it is, so far, the most reliable dvd laser/mech I have ever encountered. Really rather shocked that this great mech would be found in a Marantz piece.
Many thanks to you both for that...

Pleased to see it's one you really rate too although no chance of stocking up on these as if they were HOP1200's lol.

The Pearl Lite has been something of a bargain over here at the moment so I took the chance to replace my ageing Micromega this summer.

Thanks again
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