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Old 25th March 2007, 09:40 AM   #6111
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There's a trick, I know there is

This may help
http://www.diyparadise.com/cd46/cd46repair.html

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Old 25th March 2007, 12:03 PM   #6112
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This may help
http://www.diyparadise.com/cd46/cd46repair.html

Lee.

That's a very good guide!

It's not difficult - I've done it on two 63s and a 67SE without incident.

The only thing I will say about this guide is please ignore the bit about greasing up the cogs. That's asking for trouble.

Take a few pictures along the way with a digital camera. Then you can remind yourself what it looked like when you're rebuilding it.

Finally, the last one I did required a LOT of force the get the flat cable connector into the RF PCB, but I got it in eventually.

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Old 25th March 2007, 05:16 PM   #6113
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Default AD8599, third and last impression

Hey boys..

This one is a keeper. It does exactly what LM4562 didn't - keeps me listening.

It articulates the music in a way that I'm pretty close to mount the six screws in the lid. (...easy now...!)
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Old 25th March 2007, 05:39 PM   #6114
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Just in case you forget where the wires go.
(This is after not before - i.e., the new mech.)
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Old 25th March 2007, 09:09 PM   #6115
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Thank you guys! that was a good guide. I'm getting some help to do the soldering. The rest should be ok. It can be rather daunting and taking pics was an excellent idea (too late!) Having inadvertently lost my way, torn a wire, burned a componant, forgotten how to put something back together (this happened and I had to junk the cdp in shame), I really didn't want to end up with my 67 in the garbage this time. For some of you this is kids stuff, for others it's like having to fly a plane without pilot, who's just had a stroke...
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Old 25th March 2007, 09:15 PM   #6116
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Default Re: AD8599, third and last impression

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Hey boys..

This one is a keeper. It does exactly what LM4562 didn't - keeps me listening.

It articulates the music in a way that I'm pretty close to mount the six screws in the lid. (...easy now...!)

If I ask you to compare to AD8620? I remember voices improved a lot with LM4562, are they still with AD8599? (I mean better than the AD8620). I also want music you know... And my speakers and near to come integrated amp are very smooth and deserve a punchy & dynamic source.
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Old 25th March 2007, 09:23 PM   #6117
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I'm interested in trying this "new favourite". It might be good to have fewer than FOUR lm4562 in my system
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Old 26th March 2007, 07:11 AM   #6118
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If I ask you to compare to AD8620? I remember voices improved a lot with LM4562, are they still with AD8599? (I mean better than the AD8620). I also want music you know... And my speakers and near to come integrated amp are very smooth and deserve a punchy & dynamic source.

Vocal sound good with AD8065....
Better than AD8610.
AD8066 is dual version.
It's not what I'm using though.
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Old 26th March 2007, 07:21 PM   #6119
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Default AD8620 vs. AD8599

I'll do it later, just have to give my new babies a test run - Mission 761i in mint condition for 40.

Same signature as my 700LE. Like them!

Sorry, OT.
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Old 26th March 2007, 10:18 PM   #6120
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A couple of harrowing hours of very fiddly work and I got the new laser assembly mounted and to my astonishment it not only works
but the mistracking problem seems solved. The LM4562's are in place too. Now to let everything run in (it seems just like I put a new cartridge on a tone arm!) Thanks to Brent for the address. I never would have found the laser otherwise. Special thanks to malefoda for the opamps and the pics (je suis fier de moi, carrement!) In my next life I think I will take up fish instead, less stressfull
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