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Gone... faulty Audiolab 8000CDM CD player


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Item Condition: Faulty
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.
Suburb or Town: Cherrybrook
State: NSW
Payment Method: Free
Reason for selling:

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Power on. Yet unable to read CD. Also eject function not working. Can pull/push the CD tray manually.

 

Heavy and solid.

 

Hope someone can fix it.


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  • tomwu changed the title to Gone... faulty Audiolab 8000CDM CD player

Thx @RankStranger

I thought 8000DDM was a transport  and not CD player...

My player bible says:

AUDIOLAB 8000CDM - It's a Transport - CDM-9 Pro

That is why I once asked @Marc to make it a rule to include a picture showing the back of the player, as it gives the buyer quick look at the input/output options, to see what voltages it operates on, what model variant it is exactly (for there is always a compliance sticker showing model number). But he did not think it was worthwhile to implement.

 

I would have loved to buy it, for I fix CD players for a living, but it appears to be sold now. ?

It has a rather rare CDM-9 Pro Philips mechanism which is hard to get.

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1 hour ago, rockeater said:

Thx @RankStranger

I thought 8000DDM was a transport  and not CD player...

My player bible says:

AUDIOLAB 8000CDM - It's a Transport - CDM-9 Pro

That is why I once asked @Marc to make it a rule to include a picture showing the back of the player, as it gives the buyer quick look at the input/output options, to see what voltages it operates on, what model variant it is exactly (for there is always a compliance sticker showing model number). But he did not think it was worthwhile to implement.

 

I would have loved to buy it, for I fix CD players for a living, but it appears to be sold now. ?

It has a rather rare CDM-9 Pro Philips mechanism which is hard to get.

 

You're right, it's a transport...well, I do have a matching 8000DAC for sale as well.

 

I've told the buyer if he can't get it fixed, then he can send it to you.

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1 hour ago, tomwu said:

I've told the buyer if he can't get it fixed, then he can send it to you.

 

I did not really wanted it to be known that fixing things bodged by other workshops is my speciality. ?

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