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How to get your beloved CD-player from the eighties into the Digital Domain
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Old 28th December 2017, 03:23 AM   #21
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How to get your beloved CD-player from the eighties into the Digital Domain
You are correct. I need to adapt between the two.

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Stereophile published the review of a 1985 Kyocera DA-910 online.It was compared to a Nak OMS-5, the sound of the Nak was described
as being inferior. Very funny, because to my knowledge,
both players are the same...
They are not the same. Similar mech, main chips but the different power supply and out amp stage.
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Interesting! Do you have a service manual? All the best, Salar
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Kyocera available on Elektrotanya, Nak on Hifi Engine

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Just read this thread:

Sony CDP302ES Digital Out & DAC mods | Audiokarma Home Audio Stereo Discussion Forums

Thus the mod could be simpler...
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How to get your beloved CD-player from the eighties into the Digital Domain
Hi Salar,
The Nak machines use the Philips chip set. My thoughts at the moment are to run a buffered eyey pattern into another servo board and let it fully process the signal and provide the required outputs.

The early Philips chip set is ugly to work with.

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Thanks! Cool and would be nice to try.
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