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mschwilson 23rd April 2012 03:52 PM

Unknown laser.
 
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Hi.

Has anybody got any idea what make of laser unit this is?

I have no idea where I got it from, it's just one of those things I seem to have had forever.

Thanks,
Si.

tiefbassuebertr 26th April 2012 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by mschwilson (Post 2997583)
Hi.

Has anybody got any idea what make of laser unit this is?

I have no idea where I got it from, it's just one of those things I seem to have had forever.

Thanks,
Si.

This optical pick up I have never seen before.
Google provides no Results about the number as keyword "41A5Z060281".

Is it in use by a compact disc player or by a laser disc player (LD Laserdisc)?
And in which model?

mschwilson 26th April 2012 02:54 PM

Hi.

I've had a think about it since I posted the question, and all I can think of is "videologic" ? or something like that.

Now I know the obvious is to say it's a laser disc player etc. but it was a cd player, I'm almost certain of it.

I remember buying it as a cd player, and it only had a single cd type loader.

I cannot remember anything else about it, other than it was black and midi sized.

I've had a look on the net. and can't find anything that relates to a possible player, though there are players from a company called videologic.

Maybe I'll give them a shout.

I'll let you know if I find out anything off them.

tiefbassuebertr 26th April 2012 06:52 PM

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The laser unit is from the same generation than that one from the attached pics (from NEC) so as that one from Toshiba - go to post #43 and #44 about
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digit...bgeable-5.html
try to ask there:
1) OEM Factory for KSS-213C,khs400b,khs400c.khs400r,KSS240A,kss-213B, KSM213CCM,Vam1202,CDM12.1,KSM213CJM,KSM213QCM,VAM1 201,H8147AF,CMS-B31,Soh-AAU,VAM1223/11,SF-HD3,DV32,DV34,,hop1200s,kss-210a,kss-210b,kss-212a/b,
2) JusTone Lasereinheiten-Shop / Schaltungsdienst. KSS-240A, KSS-210A, KSS-213B, KSS-213C, KSS-123A, CDM12.1, CDM4, CDM9, KSS-150A, KSS-212A, SF-91, Schaltpläne, Schaltbilder, Service-Manuals, Reparaturanleitungen, Schaltunterlagen , Schaltplandienst
3) http://www.lampizator.eu/
Ask also by the brand name "OLYMPUS" - go to
http://www.google.com/patents/USD288558
for their patent.
ckeck also by Olympus' timeline the year 1980 about
go to 1980 about
http://www.olympus-global.com/en/cor...ad/history.pdf

mschwilson 27th April 2012 04:29 PM

Hi.

Thanks for the info and the links.

Although it was not the laser, it gave me enough information to narrow things down a bit, and I came up with this;

Onkyo DX-150 zum Leben erwecken ., Hifi-Klassiker - HIFI-FORUM

The laser itself is not visible, but there is enough of the casing etc. to positively identify it as a Toshiba TAOHS-MR.

I was hoping it would be something rare and sought after, but at least it's rare.

I've only heard of two players to use it, and I can't even remember the one I had.:confused:

I appreciate your help though, without it I doubt I would have looked at those types of laser.

:cheers:

Thanks


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