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CD Player servicing?

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by superkully, Feb 4, 2005.

  1. superkully

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    I've got a Denon DCD-520 which after nearly a decade of service is showing its age with a slightly noisy drive during playback.

    Anyone know where I could get it serviced? I don't want to replace it because it sounds right with the rest of my setup (and I have so many memories) but if it's not cost effective I'm eyeing the NAD C521BEE.

    PS I've also got a Sansui CD-190, it's 'not bad' but I'm having real trouble finding out anything about the make - they seem to make televisions now. Anyone know anything about them?
     
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    Can't help with the Deno, if it was me I'd just replace it!

    Sansui are a long established Japanese company. They had a vivible presence in the Hi-Fi market in the 60s and 70s. They even developed their own variant on a matrixed surroumd sound system.

    I don't know what their current status is.

    Bill
     
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    Contact Denon see what they say.
     
  4. superkully

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    Cheers Eddy, I hadn't even considered that - although in this day an age you're lucky if the company you buy something off will help you two weeks after you bought it, let alone nine years!
     

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