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 Post subject: Big Minidisc bundle
PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 11:25 pm 
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Featuring a Sony portable player MZ -E90, with remote and battery pack (takes one AAA), with Case Logic case:

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Hi-Fi separates player/recorder Sony MDS JE-640 with no remote:

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Sharp mini system CD/mindisc/radio, with speakers but they are crap, so you'd be better off with different ones, not sure it ever had a remote, I've not got one :lol:

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Around about 65 discs, probably more as I have a look about:

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All in good working order.
Job lot £140 posted, not thinking of splitting it yet.


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Just found a case with another 20+ discs in it, so those are included as well.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 11:45 am 
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gawd sakes, you can tell it's a monday...i had to check the name of the image to see what the hell you were on about :lol:


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Really can't use the whole lot and it would cost way too much to send.

But I can find a use for a standalone Minidisc player with digital OUT to losslessly transfer some of my live recordings to hard-disc.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:17 pm 
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dbmtb wrote:
Really can't use the whole lot and it would cost way too much to send.

But I can find a use for a standalone Minidisc player with digital OUT to losslessly transfer some of my live recordings to hard-disc.


It may be cheaper for you to find one local to you.

Most separate minidisc players will have a digital output, the most common seems to be optical, so you'll need something like this to get it into the computer:

http://www.dealextreme.com/p/premium-us ... tput-15745


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FENTON!!!!!!!


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uktyler wrote:
dbmtb wrote:
Really can't use the whole lot and it would cost way too much to send.

But I can find a use for a standalone Minidisc player with digital OUT to losslessly transfer some of my live recordings to hard-disc.


It may be cheaper for you to find one local to you.

Most separate minidisc players will have a digital output, the most common seems to be optical, so you'll need something like this to get it into the computer:

http://www.dealextreme.com/p/premium-us ... tput-15745


Seperate minidisc players are very hard to come across in Denmark - it never really caught on here and the population is so small that the chances of one showing up are minimal. Have been looking at small ads for years.

I already have the soundcard for it.


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Bump and a price drop.


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I have a nice {mains supply home type }separate denon MD player with digital out,,,happy to swap for a crankset,,or something Mb related. :)
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