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Anyone knows Philips/Magnavox cdb-266
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Old 26th February 2004, 11:56 PM   #1
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Question Anyone knows Philips/Magnavox cdb-266

Hi - I just picked up a Maganvox CDB-266 cd changer, it is made in belguim in 1989 and seems to have a swing arm philips pick up mechanism. It uses a cartridge (not a carousel) for the multidisc play and the CDM is mounted inverted inside. It seem in excellent condition for a 15 year old machine and I was wondering if it is worthy of keeping and modding. I tried to find an equivalent Philips model but all those seem to be 5-disc carousel. Any info on this unit will be greatly appreciated.

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