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step77 15th November 2009 12:52 AM

Hi, new oldie
 
Haven't posted much as i tend to get online the end of the working day. i have a Marantz CD63 modified by a Marantz engineer with Tentlabs 3 or 4 clock and black gates etc and other bits and pieces. It does sound wonderful but it has no on/off. I don't like the power supply so how can I do the removal of the cable and fit an IEC. I don't really want to cut bits if I don't have to. Any ideas? I can supply a decent digital image as electronics isn't my strong point.
Ta.
Steve.

planet10 15th November 2009 03:51 AM

To do a proper job you are going to have to make a hole on the back to fit the IEC.

dave

step77 15th November 2009 11:25 PM

Cutting
 
Hi, thanks. I was just being hopeful. what's the best tool I could use to cut teh hole?

Steve.

planet10 16th November 2009 02:18 AM

There is actually a recent thread here on this subject...

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/const...aluminium.html

dave

step77 16th November 2009 09:31 PM

Found thread
 
Hi, thanks. Found the thread and it's what I needed. Sorry to have not looked myself. Can't afford the Fien but the Bosch 180e looks good and it's only 60 quid on Amazon. Now I only need a good IEC but that's another job :)
Steve

anthonyso 17th November 2009 11:34 AM

Hi guys,
This is Anthony from New York. I am newbie here actually I like this site so, I just take this chance to introduce my self and I hope you'll welcome me here. It's my pleasure to join with you in this community and I hope I'll learn something new from you here.

Cheers!


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