WTB: Laserdisc player

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by BrianMu, May 30, 2002.

  1. BrianMu

    BrianMu Stunt Coordinator

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    I'm looking for a laserdisc player with digital audio out (need not have AC-3 RF out), 49-50 dB or higher S/N ratio, and 2 sided play. I'd prefer Pioneer but would consider clones or other quality players. Email me if you have a player that meets these criteria. I'm looking to stay under $150 at most (it all depends on the particular model).

    Thanks,
    Brian
     
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  3. Lou Sytsma

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  4. David Nolan

    David Nolan Stunt Coordinator

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    hi,

    i have one i'd like to sell. it does not have digital out though. $100.00 shipped. thanks

    david

    Pioneer CLD-S304 Laserdisc/Karaoke Player
    This unit is a CD/CDV/LD player with a single LD/CD tray designed to playback discs ranging from CDs to Laserdiscs (movies & karaoke). Has a built-in MICROPHONE JACK for karaoke.
    Includes remote control and microphone for karaoke.
    Features::

    Video outputs - 2 RCA outputs
    Audio outputs - AC-3 RF and 2 L/R Stereo
    VHF adapter output (Video/Audio)outputs
    Control in and out jacks
    Attenuator switch for Karaoke
    Laser: Semiconductor laser wavelength 780nm
    Power requirement: AC 120, 60Hz
    Power consumption: 30W
    Dimensions: 420(W)x384(D)x120(H)mm or 16-9/16(W)x15-1/8(D)x4-3/4(H)
    Format: NTSC specifications
     
  5. Jim J

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    I have a CLD-702 that I was going to put up. It is not in perfect cosmetic condition, nor operating condition. I have the remote (shuttle style)

    No AC-3, but digital output (both opt and coax, I think). It has AB side switching, but it has little problem switching back to side A. a little smack near the back where the mechanism is, and the gears catch. Probably just needs a new spring or grease or something. (this is the only operational issue I know of)

    $80 shipped
     

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