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post #106 of 155

Hello Kaosun

 

I recently got an Aiwa xp-6 without an ac adapter or a manual.  I have been able to listen to it on batteries, since it has the AA adapter but would like to use it on ac power.  I have been unable to find the original adapter so I went to Radio Shack and found one that produced 9v and the appropriate voltage and had a center pin positive.  But the orange ring on the XP-6 would just blink twice and not power on.  What could be the problem? 

 

Also, any idea where I can get the manual and original adapter?

 

Thanks
 

post #107 of 155

Hi, Kaosun. I recently acquired a Sony D-465 PCDP. The only problem I have noticed is that the Optical/Line out is only giving me analog signal; my DAC/Amp is not picking up digital signal via TOSLINK. Will this be time-consuming or expensive to fix?
 

post #108 of 155
Thread Starter 

Best solution is to replace all the aluminum capacitors.

After replacing them, your problem will be repaired.

post #109 of 155
Thread Starter 

I think I've replied you by E-mail, right?

post #110 of 155
Thread Starter 

You can send your player and adapter here to inspect.

If your adapter is right, there must be something wrong with power circuit.

All problems about your XP6/XP7 can be repaired.

post #111 of 155
Thread Starter 

Have you noticed that when you play a disc with batteries, the optical out never red?

 

As far as I know, the PCDP will open its optical out only when it's powered by external power supply.

 

Check such conditions at first, otherwise it gets problems.

post #112 of 155
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Originally Posted by kaosun View Post

Have you noticed that when you play a disc with batteries, the optical out never red?

 

As far as I know, the PCDP will open its optical out only when it's powered by external power supply.

 

Check such conditions at first, otherwise it gets problems.

 

Kaosun, you are correct! I plugged my D-465 into the AC adapter, and I am now getting optical signal. I am disappointed that optical doesn't work from battery power since I have later model PCDPs (D-E775 & D-E700) that can do this, but I am relieved to know that my D-465 is functioning correctly. Thanks for your help!

post #113 of 155

Hi kouson

 

Any thoughts on Citizen portable cd players, either the cbm-777 or the cbm-1000?

 

The cbm-777 was my first player and I'm still impressed by how simple it was to operate, heck it didn't even have a rechargeable battery.

 

But it finally died (but only after it fell off the workbench) and now Ive bought 3 more all in beautiful shape but all with problems reading the disc.

 

I also just got a cbm-1000 that seems to be working fine though a bit slow to read the disc.

 

Anyway, just curious. A fine thing you are doing with this thread.

 

Best regards

 

Curt

post #114 of 155
Thread Starter 
Yes, Citizen serial cd players are not easy to handle. If you do need service, pls let me know.
post #115 of 155

Hi Kaosun´s

 

I just purchase a D-202 new in box. However, not working properly, I think is because was a long time without using ... 21 years until it opened.

Anyway, the button of mega bass not work, delayed when read disc but, when reads it does so without problem. No skip, no glitches, nothing! ... works wonderfully.

Another problem, send it engine noise in the output of the headphones.
An example like this page, http://nationalmaclord.web.fc2.com/d-202_repair.html

I have it that problem ...

I have a D-33 which is also malfunctioning. D33 sound better at comparing with D-202

Greetings from Mexico.


Edited by Karossua - 4/17/13 at 8:41pm
post #116 of 155

Dear kaosun,

 

I think it's my honor to see u again here!!!

Do you remember jdbbs?

I do admire you once I saw what you had posted there...

Now, I need you help. Could you send me a copy of the datasheet of the mpc1715 chip?

Something has confused me for a long time, I can not figure it out. I need your help...

I wish you can pass my request of adding you as a friend in QQ...

 

Best wishes...

post #117 of 155

HI. I HAVE A SONY DISCMAN D350 . IF HELD UPRIGHT PLAYS FINE . LAID FLAT IT STOPS & SKIPS PLAY

ANY IDEA WHAT I NEED TO DO ?

                THANKS.

post #118 of 155

Hey, the spindle motor of your D-350 has been damaged. You need to have it repalced.

Model Number of that spindle motor is RF-410. You may get it form D-66, D-303, D-515.

A brand new one is almost impossible to find. I hope I can help.

post #119 of 155

Hey, the spindle motor of your D-350 has been damaged. You need to have it repalced.

Model Number of that spindle motor is RF-410. You may get it form D-66, D-303, D-515.

A brand new one is almost impossible to find. I hope I can help.

post #120 of 155
Hi, Kaosun!
Could you just send a sony D-250 service manual to my e-mail box?
smegma8@gmail.com or smegma@163.com
THX. I need it in emergency...
Best wished!
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