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post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by jlo mein View Post

compressed g-protection is NOT always on on new sony models. I have the sony d-ej1000 and it has a switch for setting from "1" to "2". 1 is uncompressed and 2 is compressed. So you can turn it off if you choose to.

 

Old thread, but useful info.

 

I was about to buy a used Sony D-E561 because of the 40 second anti-skip and optical out.  Then I saw this thread, and learned that players with 40 seconds anti-skip typically compress their music.

 

So then I looked into your D-DJ1000 player.

 

Looks good.  But how do you know that 1 is uncompressed, and 2 is compressed?  And how do you know how many seconds the anti-skip is for?

 

I am looking at page 13 of the manual, and can't find specif info that 1 is uncompressed, and 2 is compressed.  Nor how long the anti-skip is for.

 

https://docs.sony.com/release/DEJ1000.PDF

 

Overall this D-DJ1000 player looks like it has a few other cool features compared to the D-E561, like the ability to use rechargeable batteries.  And display CD text info.

post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by pedxing View Post

I think G-protection varies from model to model. My 915 has about 40 seconds of buffer and it has G-protection. My 725 has two modes - one lasts for 40 seconds and the other about 10 seconds. Turning G-Protection on usually makes the laser carriage move faster and the spindle to spin up when skips are encountered.

Please don't ask me again how I know how long the buffers last on my two pcdp.

 

LOL.  I just asked this question, although in response to jlo mein, with regards to how jlo mein knew how long the anti-skip was on his D-EJ1000.

 

It also too me a minute to figure out that pcdp stood for Portable CD player.

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