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In Reply to: RE: Need to replace my dead Philips CD-880, looking for suggestions posted by BobK_MN on July 27, 2017 at 11:40:18
I am located in the Twin Cities also..... Best thing I have done in Audio in the last 40 years. Shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com
Edits: 07/30/17Follow Ups:
I've been giving this a lot of thought over the weekend and looking at my 'server', backup drives and finances I've come to a solution.
For now I'm going to see if I can either get a replacement transport or get my Philips CD-880 fixed locally and if not then I will look at purchasing the Marantz CD-6006 after hearing it at a store since it is in my price range.
My Windows 2012 R2 server in the basement only has a 750 GB data drive and the external backup drives are 500 GB (long story) so I'm not going to do the convert to storage at this time. However this is something I will start working on to convert my CD collection to disk once I'm working again and can procure some larger external drives to store multiple backups in anticipation of moving to a NAS, computer and DAC to replace the CD player down the road.
Cut-Throat - I really appreciate the local offer for assistance and I'll reach out to you to get some ideas/suggestions on doing the conversion of my CD library. Expect to see an email from an @yahoo address in the next day or so.
And to everone who have responded with ideas and suggestions, many, many thanks and I hope I can return the favor to others here on Audioasylum.
For Starters.... I can show you how to have access to Spotify and their 30 Million tracks of music for about $10 a Month with a Player for about $150. I rarely use my 5000 Album CD music storage.... Most everything is on Spotify anyway.
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