CLD 1850 analog sound from PAL LaserVision discs

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Hi, i live in the Netherlands, have the Pioneer cld1850 LaserDisc
player, is there a "kit" to make my player play the (analog) sound of
my PAL LaserVision discs ? or should i buy a secondhand player that
does the job ? (if cheaper) Please help !

Eric.
 

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"Tribal" <not@real.domain> wrote in message
news:9jn9b0hch7lrk30lh8lc3v4vv9mis5di9k@4ax.com...
> Hi, i live in the Netherlands, have the Pioneer cld1850 LaserDisc
> player, is there a "kit" to make my player play the (analog) sound of
> my PAL LaserVision discs ? or should i buy a secondhand player that
> does the job ? (if cheaper) Please help !
>
> Eric.

Hi,

There is a kit available (eg http://www.videotec.co.uk/ldmods.htm) but the
price of 106 UK-pound is very high.
The 1850 isn't 'worth' it.

For 106 UK-pound you better try to find a CLD925 player (both side player
and Ac3 output).

If you don't care for AC-3 output you could also try to buy a CLD2950 (both
side) or a CLD1950 (single side).
And if these models aren't available you are even better of buying a
CLD1750.
(and you can always add AC-3 output later when needed .... if you are handy
you could do it yourself.... schematics can be found on the net...google is
your friend)

The CLD1850/CLD2850 are the 'worst' PAL/NTSC players Pioneer made. Bad
picture quality (compared to the older models) and no PAL laservision audio.

good luck,
Roy
 

tribal

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Thank you Roy ! that's what i wanted to know,
i also still have a tray broken Philips 475, but repairing will
be also pretty expensive i guess....


On Wed, 26 May 2004 23:43:55 +0200, "roy" <deletethis@zonnet.nl>
wrote:

>
>"Tribal" <not@real.domain> wrote in message
>news:9jn9b0hch7lrk30lh8lc3v4vv9mis5di9k@4ax.com...
>> Hi, i live in the Netherlands, have the Pioneer cld1850 LaserDisc
>> player, is there a "kit" to make my player play the (analog) sound of
>> my PAL LaserVision discs ? or should i buy a secondhand player that
>> does the job ? (if cheaper) Please help !
>>
>> Eric.
>
>Hi,
>
>There is a kit available (eg http://www.videotec.co.uk/ldmods.htm) but the
>price of 106 UK-pound is very high.
>The 1850 isn't 'worth' it.
>
>For 106 UK-pound you better try to find a CLD925 player (both side player
>and Ac3 output).
>
>If you don't care for AC-3 output you could also try to buy a CLD2950 (both
>side) or a CLD1950 (single side).
>And if these models aren't available you are even better of buying a
>CLD1750.
>(and you can always add AC-3 output later when needed .... if you are handy
>you could do it yourself.... schematics can be found on the net...google is
>your friend)
>
>The CLD1850/CLD2850 are the 'worst' PAL/NTSC players Pioneer made. Bad
>picture quality (compared to the older models) and no PAL laservision audio.
>
>good luck,
>Roy
>
 
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