[rescue] Laserdisc players Re: Hello?
rnovak at indyramp.com
Fri Apr 5 02:06:43 CST 2002
On Fri, 5 Apr 2002, Bill Bradford wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 01:26:46AM -0500, Dave McGuire wrote:
> > Laserdiscs kick ass. Decent audio quality, *excelltn* video quality,
> > very reliable, no suit-profit-protection bullshit. I have a metric
> If anybody has a laserdisc player they'll sell cheap, let me know...
There were a couple at the last swap I was at... I have a spare, but it'd
cost a lot to ship. Take a look at
I got it for $30 at a local thrift store 2-3 years ago, and I finally
found a remote at the swap last month for $10. I believe it was the first
US consumer laserdisc player on the market. Could give a guy flashbacks to
the old drop-in disk platter drives.
Before finding the remote, I kinda gave up and picked up a CLD-V2400 with
remote for $100 late last year. RS232 control, barcode reader, all sorts
of cool stuff. It's supposed to be part of the bedroom A/V center, along
with a wonderful blue-light stereo system from about 1976 and some huge
thrift store speakers. Specs and docs at
I'll keep my eyes peeled this weekend and next at this month's swaps.
Robert Novak, Indyramp Consulting * rnovak at indyramp.com * indyramp.com/~rnovak
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