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  1. I am modyfying this CD-75 Mk2 with an extra DAC, balanced output and valve stage and it is basically finished but... ALPS volume pot crackles and all attempts to revive had failed. I need its part number and for that a service manual. Anyone has it or can look up the pot? it is green with MV 103A written on it and the body is 10mm square (miniature pot). Two rows of 3 pins Tried to look on ALPS web pages but they have thousands of pots, no detailed photos and one needs a part number to get anywhere. Any help appreciated.
  2. Item: Marantz CD-75 Mk2 - Lampizated with Musical Fidelity tube strage + new DAC (Lampucera) with balanced outputs Location: Perth Price: 799 (is advertised elsewhere at $999) Item Condition: used Reason for selling: to see if there's any interest and hence any point in doing mods to other equipment Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Direct Transfer, COD Only Extra Info: I came across this Marantz CD-75 Mk2 for a reasonable price and given it has CDM-2 die-cast alloy, swing arm, magnetic drive mechanism and TDA-1541A DAC (plus plenty of space inside of the box), I decided to do some mods to it. There are more things to this player like fully copper plated boards, Nichicon caps etc. but I will not bore you with it. To gain some further real estate, I removed the voltage selector and variable output boards. This made installation of XLR sockets for the balanced output of CS4397 Cirrus Logic 24/192 DAC much easier. Another output from this DAC is fed to the anode follower tube stage which is a clone of Musical Fidelity X10-D design. All up, this CD player has a original digital coaxial SPDIF output and three analogues ones: original one from TDA-1541 balanced from the CS4397 and tube, single ended Musical Fidelity X10-D This can fill up most of the inputs of many amps but provides a lot of choice if you have preferences as to different DACs/output types for different types of music. To gain 2nd opinion and to hear it on a different system to which I am not used to, I did take it to another very respected and very familiar with untold amount of systems SNA member. We listened to a number of players that were available at the time: Killer DAC/Marantz CD-94 combo, Oppo-105 using balanced out and Naim NACD3 - all connected to Electrocompaniet pre/power and 2m tall Dyneaudio speakers. The results were not unfavorable to my little concoction - particularly when using the tube output. This item has been electrically modified (voltage selector has been removed and now it is 240V AC only). the VAR output is the tube output ELECTRICAL DISCLAIMER This product has not been manufactured by a qualified individual or company, therefore contains electrical circuits that do not necessarily comply with Australian Standards. I understand that as the seller, I may be liable to repercussions in the event of equipment failure. By advertising and selling this product, as the seller I also agree that I am solely liable, and the publisher of this website takes no responsibility for any injury or death resulting from, whether directly or indirectly, any accident that may happen as a result of the failure of the product being sold. If in doubt, seek the services of a qualified electrician to inspect the product to ensure it is safe for use. Pictures:
  3. I came across this Marantz CD-75 Mk2 for a reasonable price and given it has CDM-2 die-cast alloy, swing arm, magnetic drive mechanism and TDA-1541A DAC (plus plenty of space inside of the box), I decided to do some mods to it. There are more things to this player like fully copper plated boards, Nichicon caps etc. but I will not bore you with it. To gain some further real estate, I removed the voltage selector and variable output boards. This made installation of XLR sockets for the balanced output of CS4397 Cirrus Logic 24/192 DAC much easier. Another output from this DAC is fed to the anode follower tube stage which is a clone of Musical Fidelity X10-D design. All up, this CD player has a original digital coaxial SPDIF output and three analogues ones: original one from TDA-1541 balanced from the CS4397 and tube, single ended Musical Fidelity X10-D This can fill up most of the inputs of many amps but provides a lot of choice if you have preferences as to different DACs/output types for different types of music. To gain 2nd opinion and to hear it on a different system to which I am not used to, I did take it to another very respected and very familiar with untold amount of systems SNA member. We listened to a number of players that were available at the time: Killer DAC/Marantz CD-94 combo, Oppo-105 using balanced out and Naim NACD3 - all connected to Electrocompaniet pre/power and 2m tall Dyneaudio speakers. The results were not unfavourable to my little concoction - particularly when using the tube output. Some pics: Before After The glow :-) In action The mechanism
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