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Thread: Audiolab CDT 6000 Compact Disc Transport - Review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    TOTALLY silent.

    Except when is hoovering in a CD, even then its "mannered".
    So that's where all the Sony car mechs went when the motor makers stopped fitting CD players.
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    Aye,
    had one of those!
    *will be perfectly fine..*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Yes it is. Nothing like one of those cheap bluray or dvd players that sound like eighteenth century threshing machines.
    thanks , thats going on the list to try then
    When words are many , sin is not absent, but he who holds his tongue is wise . prov 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    thanks , thats going on the list to try then
    Two month old one finishing soon on ebay -

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Audiolab-...AAAOSwm3df-gPo

    Thought about giving it a try myself but I barely play CDs these days and not sure it would significantly better my Cyrus anyway. Another thing that put me off going for it was that I contacted the seller to see if there was warranty remaining, he came back to me but was somewhat dismissive saying he'd lost the receipt and the warranty wasn't transferable anyway.

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    thanks rather pay the extra for a warrenty
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    Been running one of these for a few weeks now. Very impressed.

    Compared to my top of the range silly money when new dvd player, with video off options, used as a transport it is like a veil has been lifted off. Less jitter i guess.

    Only negative so far is that the discs dont automatically play after loading, need to hit the play button.

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    I prefer that, don't like it starting before I'm ready.
    Current Lash Up:

    *Audiolab 6000CDT* Topping E30 * Philips 22AH380 pre-amp * NAD C320BEE power amp * JM Lab Electra 926 *

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    I've been using mine daily since I got it over a month ago, and I STILL sit there like a 'nana forgetting to press play until the silence dawns on me.
    Mark Levinson 390 CD & Audiolab 6000 CD Transport / Soncoz SGD1 DAC / Croft 25RS Preamp / Croft 7R mono Amps / Neat Ultimatum XLS Speakers

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