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guido 23rd September 2003 11:44 AM

many naked cd players
 
Found this while surfing. Nice pics under tuning from many players.

http://www.garmin2.prv.pl/

GuidoB

Bricolo 23rd September 2003 12:26 PM

This garvin's website, member of this forum :nod:

li_gangyi 23rd September 2003 01:09 PM

Nice...but I can;t understand the language...oh well I can look at the pictures~!!!

zygibajt 23rd September 2003 10:45 PM

As this is in my language
 
There is nothing really said about tuning details.Only: "..I changed this capacitor for that one ...put OPA 627 op-amp...put some Lclock..." No inside details and nothing revolutionary.
Bartek

guido 24th September 2003 11:12 AM

Re: As this is in my language
 
Quote:

Originally posted by zygibajt
There is nothing really said about tuning details.Only: "..I changed this capacitor for that one ...put OPA 627 op-amp...put some Lclock..." No inside details and nothing revolutionary.
Bartek

Couldn't tell, but the pics are nice....

zygibajt 24th September 2003 12:58 PM

Yes,the pictures are nice.
The guy is runnig some kind of business upgrading stock CD for other people.His usual up-grade includes: better capacitors in power supply,better decoupling caps,op-amp-usually 627,and some DIY LClock (this one really looks poor compared to yours and Elso's) and that's it.You and Elso are real experts and I'm looking forward to see Your website.Doesn't have to have nice pictures.It will be enough if You put some of Your knowledge there.
Bartek

Elso Kwak 24th September 2003 01:19 PM

Guido and Guio Tent
 
Quote:

Originally posted by zygibajt
Yes,the pictures are nice.
The guy is runnig some kind of business upgrading stock CD for other people.His usual up-grade includes: better capacitors in power supply,better decoupling caps,op-amp-usually 627,and some DIY LClock (this one really looks poor compared to yours and Elso's) and that's it.You and Elso are real experts and I'm looking forward to see Your website.Doesn't have to have nice pictures.It will be enough if You put some of Your knowledge there.
Bartek


Hi Bartek,
Thanks for the kind words concerning me. I am afraid you are confusing the above Guido B. with Guido Tent of the same named clock.;)
I have no plans building a website on electronics. The website I will build will be about Fine Art Photography.:cool:

zygibajt 24th September 2003 01:25 PM

Thanks for pointing my mistake.
Bartek

Bricolo 24th September 2003 03:53 PM

Re: Guido and Guio Tent
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Elso Kwak



Hi Bartek,
Thanks for the kind words concerning me. I am afraid you are confusing the above Guido B. with Guido Tent of the same named clock.;)
I have no plans building a website on electronics. The website I will build will be about Fine Art Photography.:cool:


After this, when you'll do a website about electronics, we'll be able to see nice pictures of players :)

Elso Kwak 24th September 2003 04:23 PM

Re: Re: Guido and Guio Tent
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Bricolo



After this, when you'll do a website about electronics, we'll be able to see nice pictures of players :)

Bricoko,
Don't count on it!
Only nature scenes and some pictures from Greece.

;)


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