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Old 22nd June 2020, 01:22 AM   #1
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Default NSM 4002 display - good news

Hello,
Possibly good news for those looking for an easy fix to those failing displays on early CD players.

Lite-On
LTM-8328PKR-04

is a direct substitute, pin correct and physically identical. Only problem is that its RED.

Available from Mouser and Digi-key. MOQ: one.

There is also the Lite-On LTM-8328GKR-04, which is green, but unfortunately the MOQ at both these suppliers is ....570.

Maybe if enough people bug them, they'll order 570 for themselves, so we can buy in small quantities.

Also, its less than $15 ;-)

I just fitted one to my CD202 and its better than the original as it has a black face, rather than the light grey of the original. It disappears when not operating, seamless on the front panel.
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Old 25th June 2020, 07:37 AM   #2
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Good news, especially for those who - like my Cambridge CD2 - have no space to replace them with alternative LEDs
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Old 25th June 2020, 09:06 AM   #3
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Is it really pin compatible?
I think you need also some extra pins to control some other LEDs (track/time, pause etc)
At least in the old Philips players.

Alternatively one can use these:
OSH Park ~ Shared Projects
But it will be somewhat more expensive.
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Old 26th June 2020, 03:10 AM   #4
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This is the display being fitted to my Meridian 206.

It's the same identical twin equivalent duplicate part.

has the same pin header and functions the same as it has the NM5450 on board.

Gregje, honestly mate, there's enough FUD already in this world.
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Old 26th June 2020, 03:21 AM   #5
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Here it is in my Philips CD 202.
(I got lucky and bought a green one before the MOQ went up to ridiculous).

All other LED work.
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That is pretty cool!
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Is it really pin compatible?
I think you need also some extra pins to control some other LEDs (track/time, pause etc)
At least in the old Philips players.

Alternatively one can use these:
OSH Park ~ Shared Projects
But it will be somewhat more expensive.
DIY version with smd leds :-)

Making of NSM 4202 – NSM4202a replacement – Bram Jacobse
 

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