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Old 19th June 2006, 04:40 AM   #1
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Hi!

I just won an Ariston CD player (CD1?) on ebay and I intend to replace either the laser lens or the whole transport+lens, since I will be using it with a good DAC. I know that it uses Philips' CDM4 mechnism, but I don't know exactly which model and lens. (CDm4/11, CDM4/19, CDM4/36, etc.) Does anyone have any idea? And do you know where I can get the transport or lens for a good price? (it seems that better deals of CDM4/X can be found in Europe).

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Mudi
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