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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Distorted sound when playing CD
have you tried cleaning the cd lens ?insert a lens cleaning cd , follow the voice instructions and your cd player will be as good as new.HAPPY LISTENING.
Posted on May 31, 2008
SOURCE: NAD C541i CD Player plays but...
hi, i've had a few nad C541i's and not so long since the sound on one of them cut out for milliseconds and on some occasions the sound would make the noise very much like a severely scratched vinyl record, i thought it was a faulty laser so i tried another KSS-213C laser out of a scrap kenwood and the fault persisted. to cut a long story short, i took the main PCB out and there were various dry joints. once these were resoldered i was blessed with a fully functioning player. hope this helps?
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
I recently bought a second hand C541i as is and I had the same thing; no power up. I took it to a service centre, they re-soldered the connecting pins for the transformer socket. It now works well.
After that I realised that it could have been the problem with the Burson Audio clock that was installed buy the previous owner but had intermittent playback problems. A study of the schematic revealed that the +12v rail for the clock, is from a different secondary coil winding than the +5v for the DAC etc. And the -12v for the analogue output stage could be from a different pin on the connector as well.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
replace the loading tray drive belt.
it's under the tray, with the tray open you will be able to see a little plastic enclosure just at the front of the mechanism. clip this off and you will see the belt.
it is very common for this belt to lose tension and slip.
this is used for opening and closing the tray and raising the mechanism and engaging the disc ready for playback.
your problem is your belt slipping and not having enough tension to lift the mechanism all the way and that's why it stops short.
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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