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TNRabbit

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Post Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:44 am

Re: MV-5 CD changer.

Ditto to what Kingman said^^^

Dude, you're missing out. You'll be hard pressed to find a more generous & knowledgeable group of audio nuts anywhere, I we are trying to HELP you. There are MANY here who's abilities with a soldering iron, schematic & test equipment are par excellence', BillD among the most talented.

So the advice you been given is not about being able to afford; we are some cheap-ass bastards here, always looking for a deal. Kingman probably has more Carver pieces than ANYONE & if he tells you that CDP isn't working your time, I ASSURE you it's from experience.

If you continue to be a jackass, don't let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. If you decide to stop whining & stick around, I think you'll find a world of unselfish information.
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Post Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:38 pm

Re: MV-5 CD changer.

Before I posted, I looked for a service manual, and found none, except for the caveats I posted earlier. That tells me that people don't fix these things. I'm cheap enough (a Scot) to fix anything that's fixable, but without schematics, it ain't gonna happen. Indeed, most of us are keeping 20-30 year old equipment alive. And we were all frugal when we bought Carver, because it was the least expensive high-quality stuff around. I think your indignation is misplaced.
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Post Mon Feb 07, 2011 12:45 am

Re: MV-5 CD changer.

audiotechie wrote: My guess is it is a bad audio chip that I can quickly solder into place and be back in business.


You guess? Too funny.

audiotechie wrote: My guess is that those of you who say it is not worth repairing, have no idea how to use a soldering iron or to even locate a failed chip on a schematic diagram. Seems you all have more money than ability for other than to make wise ass comments!
I imagine Bob Carver would appreciate someone who could actually repair his equipment rather than some wise-ass cocksucker who slams anyone who asks for tech info on a product. I wish I was cool like a Carver amp owner! Thanks for showing me that people with Carver products are so cool!


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