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Old 1st May 2006, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default Converting a front loaded cd-player

Hi All,
I have a heavily modified cd-94 and want to make my own casing and preferrably a toploader with puck. So a lot of parts can be removed from the cd-94, including clamp and tray with all loading motors and pullies.
For the use as a toploader with puch, should I change anything to the stop, start, open, close sequence (and detection)? Because a tray will not close and therefore will not actuate a laser read/spindle motor start sequence.
Any tips?
{Marantz CD-7 Guido Tent Clock ---> HMS Sestetto MKII XLR ---> Electrocompaniet ECI-4 ---> Kimber 8TC ---> Eros MKII DIY}
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