Eleven old Sony PCDP's and accessories for sale
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Well, our new baby will be here soon (it's going to be a boy!), and I need to get rid of a lot of stuff laying around here. We need the money and the space. PM or email if you are interested in anything, combine items for a break on shipping or possible discounts. I accept Paypal or cashier's check/money order. I guess my loss will be someone else's gain. For more information and pictures for many of these, see this post , or feel free to ask if you have any questions.

Sony D-5A.....Mfd: June 1985 - Doesn't work...........$10

Sony D-5.......Mfd: December 1985 - The first Sony PCDP - very good condition, includes original Sony wall wart power supply..........$50

Sony D-7.......Mfd: March 1986 - Doesn't work, cosmetically in good condition, but missing the small plastic window on top cover - includes original Sony carrying case and BP-200 large lead-acid battery........$10

Sony D-T3.....Mfd: October 1987 - one of the first PCDP models to include a tuner, tuner works, CD doesn't - includes original BP-3 battery, has some light wear on top, but overall good cosmetic condition.......$10

Sony D-10....Mfd: June 1987 - excellent cosmetic and working condition, no scratches, marks or dents - predecessor to the D-15 and D-25, all metal construction, thinner than the D-25 - IR remote capable - includes original Sony wall wart power supply...$60 - Sale Pending

Sony D-T4.....Mfd: March 1988 - possibly the second PCDP made to include a tuner - very good condition, both tuner and CD work well, has backlit LCD display, includes original Sony carrying case.........$35

Sony D-160...Mfd: January 1988 - very good condition, unique looking PCDP, unlike any other Sony I've seen (and I've seen most of them), IR remote capable........$30

Sony D-160...Mfd: March 1989 - very good condition, unique looking PCDP, unlike any other Sony I've seen (and I've seen most of them), IR remote capable........$30

Sony D-9......Mfd: April 1989 - excellent cosmetic and working condition - backlit LCD, IR remote capable, accepts 2-AA batteries, or Sony BP-2EX lead-acid battery, has bass boost - includes original Sony case - this is my favorite of the early Sony non-premium line PCDP's, it has a plastic top cover, but has most of the features of the higher models, and that same great, powerful sound.....$35 - Sold

Sony D-12...Mfd: October 1989 - very good condition cosmetically and operationally - accepts 4-AA batteries for portable power - IR remote capable, bass boost.......$20 - Sale Pending

Sony D-303....Mfd: June 1991 - Yes, the legendary, the great, D-303. By far my favorite early Sony PCDP (and I have owned the D-555, D-35, D-25, among others), and I hate to sell it, but I have to cut back on my "toys". Excellent cosmetic and operational condition (still has the Toslink jack cover and the original Sony stickers on the top cover), includes original Sony carrying case and original Sony wall wart power supply......$125 - Sold


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Sony BP-2EX lead-acid battery - I bought it new from Sony parts about 6 months ago for $31, I'll even include an original rubber protective "bumper" holder for it - excellent condition.......$15 - Sold

Sony BP-100 lead-acid batteries - these clip onto the bottom of the old PCDP's like the D-25 and D-10, among others
- 1 accepts a charge, but only lasts about 15-20 minutes.....$5
- 1 accepts a charge and lasts around 45 minutes......$10

Sony RM-DM1K IR remote kit - Very rare, Sony doesn't have these available anymore - includes IR receiver and handheld remote controller - will fit any Sony PCDP with an 1/8" remote jack on the left side of the unit (not the ones that have the remote jack and headphone out together), this includes most PCDP's made from 1987-1992, including the D-555, D-25, D-303, D-10, etc.........$40 - Sold

Sony CPM-100P car power/mounting plates - these are $50 from Sony parts, I have three - they have a cigarette lighter plug and a 9V DC out jack that fits most early Sony PCDP's requiring 9V in........$10 each

Sony wall wart power supplies for early Sony PCDP's - these fit any early Sony PCDP requiring 9V DC, 600mA, center negative power - I have one AC-930A, one AC-940A, and one AC-940, these fit the D-25, D-10, D-9, D-160, etc.......$10 each

-Keith Miller
 
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ygpm about d303

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PM for the Sony BP-2EX lead-acid battery.
 
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Keith, congrats on the boy ! And YGPM...
 
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Keith,
Congrat. on the boy! Anyway, did u decide to keep any of your discman?

thanks.
 
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Quote:

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Keith,
Congrat. on the boy! Anyway, did u decide to keep any of your discman?

thanks.


I'll be keeping an original D-25, as well as a D-25S from my "classic" Sony PCDP collection. Other than that, I still have a Sony D-465, D-EJ915, and D-EJ1000, as well as Panasonic SL-CT470, SL-SX510, and Sl-CT570 to listen to. I could probably cut down my dwindling collection even farther from that, but those players should last me at least 20-30 years, before they die.

-Keith
 
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