Question about Kenwood Audio Players & Recorders
Hello, I have a dpx 9010 cd player that needs a new laser/pick up (thats what Ive been told) where can I get one from? Also did this come with a remote? I dont know much about this machine ,but froom what I can find out, its quite good and worth repairing, your advice and help would be greatly appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey, I think you can bye new laser here http://www.pltv.org.uk/laser.htm I have a nad 5300 monitor series, same laser as 5100, you can buy the hole cd player from http://www.miguelovitch.dk Laser work, but problems with cd transport. When i 'help' the cd transport, cd play as expected. And i agree, it is a nice cd player, also i have heard lot of nad cds on quad 405, sounds realy good. Try to visit my site, i also have a lot of free schematic for nad, denon, quad and mora. Also repair notes for amplifiers, tech videos, diy schematics and more.. Also at this moment i am working on a new 'nad cd service movie) including cleaning, maintenance, repair and more on nad 522, 501, 502 c521 and more see you best regards michael miguelovitch http://www.miguelovitch.dk
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
the laser assy should come complete if its only the eye itself only loosen one slide rail and slide the old one off and the new one in this keeps the laser alignment intact .coloneus
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
SOURCE: Ive got a kenwood hi-fi
what did u mean by cd's jumping... is it physically jumping.. or is it skipping ...?
Mostly it wud be the wear and tear of the rubber inside.. rubber inside in the sense the motor's belt..
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
I think you have taken on a great task. There are many steps to setting up the lasers before auto align can work. There are manual settings which need to be done. The manual will be helpful, however there is a knowledge of how to do the initial settings needed in order to get the unit just to recognize there is a disk waiting to be played. That happens in what is the initializing stage. If the settings are incorrect the unit won't even see a disc. I used to own a service center that was authorized by over 70 manufacturers. Laser replacement was never a swap and play thing. Alignment was always critical. And one more thing you should know. If the laser is too hot after you get it playing it will go bad quickly. You need a meter to check that as well. God luck Rob
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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