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Old 7th January 2003, 04:15 PM   #41
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Question Abbreviations

Hi Eric,
96S and LMP?
Sorry I always have problems with abreviations in English. It is not my first language.
A kind of solder and ???
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Old 7th January 2003, 04:47 PM   #42
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Default Solder Nomenclature

By 96S I mean Multicore 96S - 96 % Tin and 4 % Silver.
Multicore LMP is 60% Lead, 38% Tin, and 2% Silver.
In my exerience LMP is initially impressive for (false) detail but long term irritant.
Short term, 96S can be seemingly dull-ish, but long term very pleasing and nicely detailed, and comfortable sounding.
96S is better conducting than LMP or standard solders, and this is part of the effect, but not the whole thing.
Surprisingly 96S makes a nice difference to digital stages ICs, and this permeates through to the analogue stages.

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Old 7th January 2003, 07:18 PM   #43
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By 96S I mean Multicore 96S - 96 % Tin and 4 % Silver.
Multicore LMP is 60% Lead, 38% Tin, and 2% Silver.
In my exerience LMP is initially impressive for (false) detail but long term irritant.
Short term, 96S can be seemingly dull-ish, but long term very pleasing and nicely detailed, and comfortable sounding.
96S is better conducting than LMP or standard solders, and this is part of the effect, but not the whole thing.
Surprisingly 96S makes a nice difference to digital stages ICs, and this permeates through to the analogue stages.

Eric.
Hi Eric,
You must be joking, or teasing me!
Never tried my clock or the Lcaudio thingy in a CDP??
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Old 7th January 2003, 11:57 PM   #44
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Hi Elso.
I am perfectly serious in what I said, and no I have not gotten around to building one of your oscillator circuits yet - one day soon.

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Old 18th January 2003, 05:00 PM   #45
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Question 96S solder

Hi Eric,
On www.farnell.com I could find 96S solder but this is with acid core for construction purposes, not for electronics.
www.conrad.com has 96C solder with 1.5% flux (colophonion). Leadfree Sn: 95.5%; Ag: 3.8% and Cu: 0.7%. Is the type of solder you mean?. Pretty expensive though.
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Old 19th January 2003, 11:16 PM   #46
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Hi Elso,
If you can find a Multicore wholesaler you should be able to get 96S.
96SC I have not tried yet, but I expect it to be good, probably better than 96S.
And yes these solders are expensive, but I do prefer the sound of lead-free ime so far.
The solders I have contain standard rosin core flux.

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Old 10th February 2003, 01:40 PM   #47
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Again for those that don't know: DON'T USE ALCOHOL FOR CLEANING THE LASER !!! Just to prevent you from cleaning off the coating of the lens.


My Capslock isn't stuck but I meet wiseguys every now and then that tell me to use alcohol. I know better.
Well, I have used ethanol (household alcohol), isopropyl alcohol and a special lens cleaning mix that contains ethanol and ether (I work for an optics compancy) without any problems on various Philips and Sony lenses.

Still, you may be right, there may be some coatings that don't like that kind of treatment.
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Old 30th August 2008, 06:59 PM   #48
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Hello

I'm here to find help before I complitely getting crazy...

I resoldered, recapped,reoiled the motor spindle, adjusted the laser arm to twist freely of a CDX with CDM1 transport. All is working fine but sometimes when the unit is powered up, after the focusing and after the spindle start, the "error" message appears; the only remedy is to remove the disk and place in again. After this operation, all works hreat, no jump, traking is perfect.

What I could check ?

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Post servicmanual?

Well, I trietPM you, but this forum won't let me email or PM you, Guido. Somehow, it still thinks I'm a new user and is restricting my priveleges... I tried to contact the moderator, according to instruction the moderator' s link should be at the bottom of the thread. Ive looked and can't find who the moderater is...

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