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Old 29th June 2004, 03:22 PM   #1
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Question restoring old clock

I just purchased a new unmodded sony CD player. I have also a CDP XA20ES Cdplayer with Audiocomsuperclock and power supply installed.
Selling onn the 2nd hand market the XA20ES will generate less money than the cost of a new superclock and ps. Because the clock frequency is the same I will move the superclock to my new CD player.
But now I need to restore the old clock in my XA20ES, what is the best way to do that? (I haven't got the original parts anymore)
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I just purchased a new unmodded sony CD player. I have also a CDP XA20ES Cdplayer with Audiocomsuperclock and power supply installed.
Selling onn the 2nd hand market the XA20ES will generate less money than the cost of a new superclock and ps. Because the clock frequency is the same I will move the superclock to my new CD player.
But now I need to restore the old clock in my XA20ES, what is the best way to do that? (I haven't got the original parts anymore)

What is the frequency of the clock?
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Old 29th June 2004, 05:47 PM   #3
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The clock is 45mhz,

I found an old note, I've removed 2 5p capacitors and one 3.3k resistor.

Can I use any capacitor or resistor or is this critical?
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The clock is 45mhz,

I found an old note, I've removed 2 5p capacitors and one 3.3k resistor.

Can I use any capacitor or resistor or is this critical?

Yes, simple ceramic NPO caps but you need the original crystal from the player or order it from Sony.
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