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Sony CDP-470

Compact Disc Player (1989)

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Sony CDP-470


Disc format: CD

Digital converter: CXD1161P

CD Mechanism: KSS-210A

Frequency response: 2Hz to 20kHz

Dynamic range: 90dB

Signal to Noise Ratio: 100dB

Channel separation: 95dB

Total harmonic distortion: 0.09%

Line output: 2V

Dimensions: 430 x 95 x 275mm

Weight: 3.5kg

Accessories: remote commander


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Reviewed Dec 11th, 2015 by Terry's

This is a great player. I too bought it circa 1990 and used since. She slowly gave up on me not long ago, problems with the door load and recognizing the disc so it seemed.... But with help from nichloaswvl review on how to access some easy features .... and searching.... only the door drive belt was worn. Replaced it with an O-ring 1/16 body 1 3/4 id and 1 7/8 od - voila. We are in here rocking to Squeeze Tempted tonight.... Again. Thanks all and thank you SONY!!!!

Reviewed May 04th, 2015 by nicolaswvl

I bought this player in early 1990 for the equivalent of 247 euro. Best CD player I have ever had! Good buttons, clear display, great FFWD and REV. Very dynamic sound compared to my other player, a 2002 TEAC CD-P1250 of lesser quality compared to the Sony. Still playing stable after 25 years. Unbelievably: even the original Sony batteries for the remote control, shipped with the unit, still work today (in May 2015!). They are date stamped 89-06. Only thing I had, was a little trouble with the tray. It turned out the belt was slipping. Now this is very easy to repair as the belt that operates the tray is accessible from the underside of the device without even opening the top cover. You just remove the blank metal plate (held with a few screws) and there you'll find the culprit. I cleaned mine with isopropyl alcohol and put it back *inside out* (using the side that hadn't been used before) and that made the tray work again. Job done!



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