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Old 8th February 2006, 02:18 PM   #611
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C107 is 0.047uF = 47nF. I had non of these so I put 2X 100nF in series (measured to be 49nF) under the pcb

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Old 8th February 2006, 03:27 PM   #612
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This may seem like a strange/pointless exercise but...

I was thinking how heavy my cd player was so I looked in the service manual and a CD63 is 4.1 KG.

I assume the KI will be slightly heavier with bottom plate and strut bar.

I weighed mine..... 6.4KG

Wood on bottom does not count
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I changed the HF amp components yesterday to good effect and today I have changed every cap and resistor on the RF pcb (under transport) with 0.1% tol res and silver mica caps.
Hi Brent,

Nice job on the HF PCB! CD67 has a chip there, not much else to do but improve some PSU bypassing. Your player will be worth it's weight in gold with all these $$$ silver mica's !

Andy,

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Old 8th February 2006, 06:30 PM   #614
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Ray so the 63 is better than 67 in some ways for modding??
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...........Wood on bottom does not count .........
According to all the reports, it's like Vi@gra ... adds stiffness !!
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Ray so the 63 is better than 67 in some ways for modding??
It's nice to be able to mod the HF circuit, but the 67 has NONE .

If it ain't there, it can't distort.....

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Old 8th February 2006, 07:45 PM   #617
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Fair enough Ray

Does anyone have a copy of the cd67 service manual please.

I would like to compare the 2 units
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UTFSB!

(use the freakin' search button)

It's not the whole thing, but i've posted it here:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...539#post395539

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cheers Ray

I used search button but did not find any sch

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Old 9th February 2006, 01:21 PM   #620
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More mods

Caps and resistors on servo. Silver Mica and 0.1% tol res of course.

Its defo a little sharper on the treble. I need more listens but what I hear is very smooth indeed.

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