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Old 11th September 2017, 06:39 AM   #2991
freqazoidiac is offline freqazoidiac  Canada
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Haha good question. they get snapped up really fast now. I have only found one in 10 years of looking and the one I had I left on Vancouver Island stupidly, thinking I would find another one. I don't imagine they are very expensive on feebay..but what fun is that?


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Old 11th September 2017, 08:59 AM   #2992
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I would like to give some advice, so the PS read CDR.

They should record the CDRs at 4x or even 2x, then check the laser voltage, and the voltage of the PCB.


1- the first adjustment is made to the Laser Intensity.
The laser should measure 11.4mV if it is little used, if you already have clearances and jumping tracks should increase gradually until you read correctly ...

2 The following should measure the BIAS should be at 1.7V (between common point and mass)

3rd Measure the GAIN, it must be at 1.82V, (the tuning turns in reverse in the GAIN trimer)
This value is obtained with a CD to run at the beginning.

If necessary you can change the laser of the PS 9000 which is newer and works well.

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Old 14th November 2017, 12:22 PM   #2993
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Hi all,
Just only one question, and sorry if I didnt reads the 300 pages of this post, any way to adapt a lcd to the scph-1002?
Thanks in advance.
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Old 14th November 2017, 12:43 PM   #2994
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Hi all,
Just only one question, and sorry if I didnt reads the 300 pages of this post, any way to adapt a lcd to the scph-1002?
Thanks in advance.
You can see in this link the 2nd one I built, it has an LCD that connects to the video output...


Playstation 1 SCPH-1002 como reproductor de Cd Hi-End | Consolando.es
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Old 14th November 2017, 12:52 PM   #2995
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Thanks! And have you got any how-to about it?
My scph1002 arrives today and need info about it.
Thank you very much.
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Old 14th November 2017, 01:11 PM   #2996
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Thanks! And have you got any how-to about it?
My scph1002 arrives today and need info about it.
Thank you very much.

I bought the LCD on Ebay.
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Old 14th November 2017, 01:30 PM   #2997
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And, please, can you explain us what kind of lcd you bought, how you connect it to the AV.... thank you very much Blink_PT!
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Old 14th November 2017, 02:18 PM   #2998
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And, please, can you explain us what kind of lcd you bought, how you connect it to the AV.... thank you very much Blink_PT!
Search on Ebay, there are many, just plug the video into the RCA of the video of the playstation ...


3.5 " TFT LCD Multi-Role Display 240x320 RGB | eBay
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Old 28th November 2017, 05:09 PM   #2999
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Hello Guys.
Just got two PlayStation 1 and wanted to use it for audio. One is 1002 with older 4390VM and the other one is 5502 with 4390AVM.
The question is. can i remove 4390AVM chip from my 5502 and solder it to 1002 without changing anything? Also will it increase sound quality somehow.

the second question is about remote controller.
i have remote (part number is SCPH-10420) and receiver SCPH-10160.
The problem is that the remote not works with 1002 model but works with 5502 very good.

What can be problem ? may my remote model is not compatible with 1002 ?

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Old 1st December 2017, 05:59 PM   #3000
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Default I am selling mine...

Hello guys,

I am selling mine:
Lecteur CD Sony Playstation Version Audiophile SCPH-1002 Modified | eBay

I have another Playstation SCPH-1002 on stock, good looking to be modified. Please do an offer by MP.

Enjoy !
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