I'm selling this amazing CD player which I've owned since new. It's still working great and still sounds amazing. It is in generally good condition but has a few cosmetic scratches which I've tried to show.
These seem to go for somewhere between £120 and £220 on ebay, depending on condition.
I'm asking for £95>£90>SOLD
Collection preferred from SE20, can deliver locally for a few extra quid for petrol.
Disc format: CD
Digital converter: CXD8735N
CD Mechanism: KSS-213B
Frequency response: 2Hz to 20kHz
Dynamic range: 99dB
Signal to Noise Ratio: 113dB
Channel separation: 105dB
Total harmonic distortion: 0.0025%
Line output: 2V
Digital outputs: coaxial, optical
Dimensions: 430 x 115 x 290mm
Beauty. I've got a TEAC CD Player. Would take this if anyone would love the TEAC CD-5 instead :)
Which is also a highly rated player.
But got a Sony cassette player and this would match that.
do you have a remote with it ? any issues ? opening ? reading ?
would you post ? I might be interested but I am in Bristol ...
There's no remote unfortunately. No other issues with it though! Due to the weight and how potentially fragile it is I'd rather not post but will get back to you soon if there's no other interest locally!
Let's see if it doesn't sell for when I'm back next week
This is going to eBay this week if no interest here! Will now post at buyer's expense.
Due to extreme slackness on my part I have yet to put this on eBay...
One last punt on here before it goes on there next time there's a £1 max listing weekend.
Price is still £90 but will make a forum donation if it sells here!
My Teac decided to stay shut. So 2nd dibs
Sold pending payment etc!
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