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Old 08-02-2005, 09:02 PM   #1
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FS: Sony N10 NET-MD Player

Features: Sony's 10th anniversary Minidisc recorder, with several changes from previous models:

ATRAC DSP Type-S (see description under MDS-JB980). (System Controller/ATRAC DSP IC: CXD2678-202GA)
Unit is 30g lighter and 2.6mm thinner than the MZ-N1 (accomplished with new optical pickup and motor (30% thinner) and miniaturized main IC (33% smaller)).
LP4 audio downloading at 64x realtime (LP2 @ 32x?, SP @ ?x).
Downloading handled by SonicStage Ver 1.5 software (no mention of OpenMG Jukebox). Note: Japanese model ships with Japanese SonicStage, which cannot be installed on non-Japanese systems.
(Correction) USB and charging connections are made through the docking stand only.
Auto time-mark (places track marks at regular intervals [user settable from 1 to 99 minutes] during recording).
Personal disk memory on MZ-N10 now remembers group mode (on/off) setting as well.
User settable option (NORMAL/QUICK) for the unit's fast forward and reverse engagement delay (selecting QUICK reduces battery life). (Shared by all 2003 MZ-Nxx units, except, perhaps the MZ-N910).
Rehearsal Mode: holding the track mark button down for a few seconds enters rehearsal mode, allowing fine +/- adjustment of the track mark's position, just like home Minidisc decks.
Available in silver and grey.

This one is sliver colour, Retail price was $599+tax

has all the parts, discs, manuel and box, except the headset. and I'll give you about 15 MD disks.

I am asking for $200 OBO for all of them.

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Old 08-02-2005, 09:03 PM   #2
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not the real one's pic but you can see all the parts there.
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Old 08-09-2005, 11:18 AM   #3
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whats the base the player is sittin in for?
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Old 08-10-2005, 12:15 PM   #4
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The base are used to re-charge the battery and also has usb port to connect the plyer to your computer to downlaod mp3 file.

The advantage for NET-MD is you can enlarge the memory by just change discs.
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