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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Dave Anderson, Oct 27, 2002.
Here it is. One of the best laserdisc players ever produced.
I own one of these - it's every bit the machine Dave says it is - and the price cannot be beat, if you can find one at all (good damn luck!). As for manuals, Rachael B might still have an English translated manual for sale, although anyone who's ever operated a laser disc player should be able to figure it out.
If you've got the wherewithal and are thinking it over - stop thinking and contact Dave before someone else grabs it.
One thing - this machine requires a transformer to operate on our voltages. Not a big investment but you gotta have it.
Thanks, Alan. I forgot to mention - the transformer is included.
Where can one find a 100 to 110 transformer? Ive had my Sony MUSE player for a while now, it runs without it, but Im sure Ive been losing performance and risking the power supply?
Fry's sells them, but you can also order from www.sanmateoelectronics.com
NO ONE? Okay, I'm throwing in FREE shipping (this will be heavy once it's package, so free shipping adds up) and two DTS laserdiscs (unsure of which, but none of the rare ones).
And since I'm planning on getting another LD player, I would consider a laserdisc player in trade towards some $$ off this LD-S9. Has to be at least a CLD-D704 or better.
Wednesday it goes to ebay.
I'm interested with a (mint condition)Pioneer Elite CLD-79 Player and several laserdiscs for trade. Maybe we can work something out.
Responded to you but I'm having email troubles. Let me know if you didn't get it. Thanks!
I might be interested and have a Elite CLD-99 to trade.
???? Nov. 4th and no more posts........ Does this mean it sold????????
Sale is pending.