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Old 12th August 2004, 11:09 AM   #1
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Cool Anyone who now the name of that Sony model

Sony had a cd-player there you put the cd on a rotating disk who then went into the player. The laser read from above the cd.
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Old 13th August 2004, 12:23 PM   #2
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Default Most likely it was Pioneer with Stable Platter Mechanism

AFAIK every model of Sony pickup assembly reads disk from the bottom.
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Most probably you mean Pioneer's Stable Platter technique like used in the PD-S507, PD-S904 etc. The more expensive ones like the 901/904 are better by design. However they are less good than Teac VRDS machines, also when used as a transport. The DAC's used in them are nothing special.

Sony has made some cdplayers that used a puck like the CDP-X3000ES and CDP-X5000ES. These were Fixed Pickup machines that had the lasers at the conventional spot ( but fixed with the spindle moving ). Some less expensive versions did not use the puck but had more or less the same mechanics, like the CDP-XB920/930. I had a CDP-X3000ES which is a wonderful machine but unfortunately it is a bit family-unfriendly ( the puck and the plexiglass tray ). The Sonys are better than Stable Platter machines but harder to find and more expensive.

Other than the ones mentioned I do not know of Sony types with a system like you mean.
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