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Old 1st August 2006, 06:02 PM   #1
kharp is offline kharp  United States
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Default Cdb-650

I did a search for this, but was wondering if anyone could direct me to a good starting point as far as reference materials are concerned.

I have a Magnavox CDB-650 and was contemplating modding. I'm not sure where to start. Is it worth modding? What kind of cost am I looking at? I have basic electronics skills as I am an electrician apprentice and have some basic courses under my belt, so I would like to try doing this myself. I believe I can do anything...with the proper materials (and sometimes guidance )

I plan to attempt a tube amp build within the next 6 months and would like to pair this CD player with this amp for a nice little library listening system (2 channel only...for a change).

Sorry if I sound like a total tool or newb. I appreciate any help anyone can offer. Thanks in advance to all.

Kerry
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Old 2nd August 2006, 09:38 AM   #2
Bernhard is offline Bernhard  Germany
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This player should be identical to the Philips CD650.
Output coupling caps, opamps, remove muting transistors...
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