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Old 7th December 2003, 11:03 AM   #1
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Default Change old cd player display to LCD, easy?


Is it easy to replace/change old (philips, led, i2c) cd player's display to LCD ?

Reason to think this way is that some old philips cd player's LED display die quite easily; and second, some with only 4 digits (like CD480...). If this is possible and easy, could let 4 digits turn into 6 digits?

Or, if pin is correct, can different Philips I2C control and display (front panel modular) changeable to each other (say, CD604 to CD580) ??
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