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Old 4th June 2006, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default Adding digital out to a CD player with only PCM!

This is a Philips unit. I figured I should just look inside out of curiosity to see if it had the parts for digital out already in it, as it is a lower end model, but could have the same board as others.

I believe I was correct. Here are some pictures. Now if any one can tell me what in particular digital out board mount jack I need I would REALLY appreciate it!

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