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Old 10th June 2004, 09:52 PM   #1
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Question DIY Newbie considering Marantz CD52MkIISE options...

Hey there everyone,

I'm really new to the DIY upgrade scene, and am really keen on upgrading the inards of my trusty old '52SE.

From reading through the threads, I understand that its possible to change the op-amp, the PSU and the clock???

Has anyone modified a CD52mkIISE out there?? What component parts should I go for.... is it worth having a look at the TriChord Clock4 upgrade?? (is it really as good as TriChord claim??)

Is an old bitstream player like this really worth the effort, or should I consider other options??

Here's hoping.....

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Silversonic
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