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Old 13th February 2006, 11:46 AM   #1
fergs1 is offline fergs1  Australia
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Default philips cd pro-2m noob question

greetings all, I'm thinking of of going down the cdpro2m road and would initially use the onbboard dac to make things simple and cheaper. now I am technologically challenged and will get a friend to put it together.Ive been using a playstation as a cdp for a while and have become quite accustomed to no readout.If I go ahead with the build I was thinking of having no diis;play and no remote , just the essential buttons on the chassis ( play/pause, stop, fwd,back) what would be the simplest and most cost effective way of doing this(trying to keep the cost of the whole project down)
thanks in advance fergs
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Old 13th February 2006, 05:37 PM   #2
phn is offline phn  Sweden
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Not what you ask for. But the way I see it, if you get the CD Pro you probably should go all the way. It is, after all, quite expensive.

Why not start with a CD ROM drive and the Rockna CD ROM controller ?

Just an idea.
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