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FS: Pioneer CLD-99 laserdisc player with movies, B&K and Meridian RF demodulators


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#1 of 4 OFFLINE   Jay Sylvester

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Posted January 02 2009 - 11:20 AM

I have several nice items here for LD lovers, whether you're just starting your foray into laserdiscs or upgrading from your current hardware.

I'd prefer local pickup in the Philadelphia area for the LD player given its size, weight, and fragility, but I can ship it if you're willing to cover the costs.

PayPal preferred.

Pioneer CLD-99 Laserdisc/CD Player - $400 (sold)

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Beautiful piano black finish with wood trim on the sides. One of the best laserdisc players released in North America and amazing CD audio quality to boot. Remote included. Includes the following discs:

- Star Wars trilogy (ANH, ESB, ROTJ) THX "faces" editions (2 copies of each!)
- Video Essentials (calibration disc)

B&K RF Demodulator - (now on ebay)

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Chances are you know what it is if you're actively searching for one, but if you don't, the purpose of an RF demodulator is to take the AC-3 RF signal from a laserdisc player and convert it into a Dolby Digital signal that your receiver or surround sound processor can decode. This unit also includes multiple digital inputs so you can hook up the LD player's digital output simultaneously and use only one input on your receiver/processor. The digital output is coaxial.

No power cable included, but you can get one easily enough here. Unit is tested and working though.

Meridian RF Demodulator - $170 (sale pending)

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Same as the B&K, but the Meridian demodulator provides both coaxial and toslink digital outputs.

No power cable included, but again, you can get one here. Unit is tested and working.
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#2 of 4 OFFLINE   BroomoLDmadness

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Posted January 03 2009 - 11:01 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jay Sylvester
I have several nice items here for LD lovers, whether you're just starting your foray into laserdiscs or upgrading from your current hardware.

I'd prefer local pickup in the Philadelphia area for the LD player given its size, weight, and fragility, but I can ship it if you're willing to cover the costs.

PayPal preferred.

Pioneer CLD-99 Laserdisc/CD Player - $400

http://jaysylvester....-99-640x480.jpg

Beautiful piano black finish with wood trim on the sides. One of the best laserdisc players released in North America and amazing CD audio quality to boot. Remote included. Includes the following discs:

- Star Wars trilogy (ANH, ESB, ROTJ) THX "faces" editions (2 copies of each!)
- Video Essentials (calibration disc)

B&K RF Demodulator - $150

http://jaysylvester.....nt-640x480.jpg
http://jaysylvester.....ck-640x480.jpg

Chances are you know what it is if you're actively searching for one, but if you don't, the purpose of an RF demodulator is to take the AC-3 RF signal from a laserdisc player and convert it into a Dolby Digital signal that your receiver or surround sound processor can decode. This unit also includes multiple digital inputs so you can hook up the LD player's digital output simultaneously and use only one input on your receiver/processor. The digital output is coaxial.

No power cable included, but you can get one easily enough here. Unit is tested and working though.

Meridian RF Demodulator - $170 (sale pending)

http://jaysylvester.....nt-640x480.jpg
http://jaysylvester.....ck-640x480.jpg

Same as the B&K, but the Meridian demodulator provides both coaxial and toslink digital outputs.

No power cable included, but again, you can get one here. Unit is tested and working.


Hi friend,

I am interested in the CLD-99 but none of the other hard the Video Essentials LD I would also be interested in as long as they are both in mint quality.

Look forward to hearing from you at your convenience.

Regards

Mark (UK)Posted Image

#3 of 4 OFFLINE   Jay Sylvester

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Posted January 03 2009 - 05:53 PM

I suppose I could ship to the UK, but the shipping costs would be high (probably $100 to $150 USD for Express Mail), and you'd have to accept responsibility for any damages that occur during shipping (I'd make sure it's packed very well, but even still, LD players don't like being shipped).
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#4 of 4 OFFLINE   Jay Sylvester

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Posted January 05 2009 - 06:07 PM

The B&K demodulator is now on ebay. The Meridian is being held pending receipt of payment. CLD-99 still available, going to ebay on Sunday if there are no buyers.
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