SOLD Cocktail Audio X10 Streamer, Ripper, Internet Radio, CD Player Etc, Needs Repair

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glenhb

Glenhb
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Had this from new but one day it just stopped working so selling as spares or repair.

The external power supply works but the unit doesn't power up.
Extremely versatile CD player, ripper, network streamer, internet radio, music database.
Very small footprint
Built in 30W per channel amplifier or connect to external amplifier.
I used it with a pair of JPW ML 510's and it sounded pretty good
Reads and rips to multiple file formats (FLAC, MP3,WAV,WMA,PCM,M4A, AAC etc)
3.5" TFT colour display,
Remote control
Ethernet connection or wireless connection using a wireless dongle (included) which sells
on it's own for £30
Uses internal HDD for file storage (not included)
Line in / line out
Loudspeaker connections
Headphone socket
Optical out
2 x USB host
1 x USB target.
Very easy to batch rip CDs to the hard drive and automatically download titles/tracks/cove art.
Complete with all original packaging and components plus the optional wireless dongle.
I'm Sure this is probably an easy fix for someone with the knowledge.
Cost about £400 when new without the wireless dongle and HDD
Looking for £90 plus postage or a sensible offer
Postage at cost.
 

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Lawrence001

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Have you tried looking inside for any loose wires or blown internal fuses? As other than that I'm not sure it will be an easy fix as it's probably got some very crowded boards with SMD components on, the repair is usually to replace a whole board on these kind of things.
 
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glenhb

Glenhb
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Feb 3, 2019
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Glen Buddery
HiFi Trade?
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Have you tried looking inside for any loose wires or blown internal fuses?
I had a brief look at the innards when it first failed but couldn't see anything obviously wrong.
I don't have the necessary equipment to test it .
 

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