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Old 4th March 2009, 08:02 AM   #71
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Nazalost, Sony je samo povrshno tweak-ovan i na standby-u je do danjeg

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If you could kindly state your email, I can send you the circuit diagram of the player. Sadly, I haven't obtained the full SM yet...

Cheers!

Hey Scorpio, long time no blogging - too busy with getting New Zealands third cellphone network off the ground.

I'd appreciate the schematic - and/or advice for good sources of manuals! My e-mail is atkins@ak.planet.gen.nz

For interest -bought a pair of American Von Schweikart VR1 bookshelf monitors, and they sound realyy nice - clean and clear, and the bass end is tight and clean which kind of make s up for lack of extension.
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Old 4th March 2009, 02:01 PM   #72
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Damn ... I disconnected to supply 5 V to the pin 14 of the inverter IC480... sony just wont power up since


I reconnected everything and the motor wont start...

All voltages seems normal...

What the....
Any news? Maybe a new dedicated thread will yield more views/answers?


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Hey Scorpio, long time no blogging - too busy with getting New Zealands third cellphone network off the ground.

I'd appreciate the schematic - and/or advice for good sources of manuals! My e-mail is atkins@ak.planet.gen.nz

For interest -bought a pair of American Von Schweikart VR1 bookshelf monitors, and they sound realyy nice - clean and clear, and the bass end is tight and clean which kind of make s up for lack of extension.

Nice!

You've got mail!

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Old 4th March 2009, 02:33 PM   #73
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Hey !

No news, except I now use the dbx player... I don't like it compaired to the sony and it's more challenging to modify than the sony...

I just need a good schematic :

- resistor i/v
- HF filter for the sampling frequency 175khz
- Volume control
- Pre-amp

I found some schematics for pcm56pj but I need lot more information

Another bad thing... the clock is 7 mhz something so I need a new crystall , another 40 $
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Old 21st May 2009, 09:09 PM   #74
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Hi Guys,

Does anyone has the service manual for me from the CDP-222esd? Thank you in advance.

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