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Antennas can be easy to find, but size may be not so easy
Ebay is your best bet for a low cost
However if you are not to bothered a simple thin piece of wire cello taped on to what is left should work just as well, recommend about 2 m of wire any thin wire will do as there is no current in the connection
If you do go down the route of replacing the antenna and have the original connector still sticking out where the screw goes threw your fine - or if its gone complete you should fine a small screw either at the base or the side casing, this should release the connection to the unit, however if not you will need to open it up
antenna cost about 4 - 7 quid depending on size, but as before if your happy to use a thin wire it should work just as well, or salvage a similar size one off a old radio etc... there will not be any sony parts for this its just a telescopic antenna used on many items
It probably needs to be recycled :-( To get a correct speaker and then dismantle the box and then replace the speaker is probably beyond you (and me!) - take an opportunity to upgrade - look on it as a gift and not a hardship :-)
The built in CD is just a player not a recorder and the unit does not have line level outputs to run to an external CD recorder so the answer is unfortunately "no". You could use the high level speaker outputs and "pad" down the outputs to line level using a pair of potentiometers, one for each the left and right channels, if you have any electronic wiring knowledge.
at medium volume push the speaker cone with your hand ( be gentile and push it several times) if the speaker make sound again then the problem is the spaeker and must be replaced , if its possible switch the speakers from one channel to the other channel to see if the problem is the speaker or the output channel