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CED Digest Vol. 5 No. 33  •  8/19/2000


From: Cleggsan
Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2000 10:01:59 EDT
Subject: Re: CED Digest Vol. 5 No. 32

I have some rare (? I think) CED discs for sale..... any offer accepted; you  
pay the shipping from Atlanta to your place:

Star Wars, stereo
Poltergeist, stereo
Chinatown, mono (Jack Nickelson - Faye Dunaway) a two disc set
Whats up tiger Lily, mono (Woody Allen)
Kotch, mono (Walter Mathau)

Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2000 13:35:44 -0800
From: Tom Howe <>
Subject: RE: pause function

>The CED player I choose to use at home is the only model which did not have
>a pause function (sorry -- I don't have a model number right now.).  Anyway,
>I have begun to simply turn the machine off when I need a "pause".  The disc
>always starts up a the place where I left off, so it seems to work.  My
>question is this: am I destroying my player/disc by doing so?  Or could this
>be considered one of those "unadvertised" features like the page function? 

This shouldn't be a problem since the stylus is automatically lifted from the 
disc when the AC power is cut. But I wouldn't recommend leaving the disc in 
the player for a prolonged period of time, as someone on the digest who had 
the habit of doing that mentioned dust would build up on the disc surface 
resulting in more frequent skipping when the disc was played again.



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