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Hello everybody, I have been collecting my Prestigious Minidisc collection over the years and I think now is the time to part ways with them now that my health is failing. I have multiple units from every generation of minidisc and if you are looking to have a piece of this awesome history, check out my selection below and PM me if you have any questions. All units have their own original box, manuals, cables, and software. 1: MZ-N707 (Blue/Silver) 2: MZ-N707 (Black/Red) 3. MZ-N10 4. MZ-NH1 5. MZ-NH3D 6. MZ-NH3D (I have two of these. Extremely rare) 7. MZ-EH1 (Black) 8. MZ-RH10 9. MZ-RH1 (This guy is the holy grail of the bunch to me. Love the way it looks, sounds, and records)
Took my NH1 out of storage and I was devastated to find the usb to md cable had disintegrated. I plugged it into the pc anyway to try and charge the walkman which I then remembered would not work. It put the NH1 into pc mode and it kept on trying to read the disc. I then forcefully unplugged it while the disc was spinning and used the docking station to try and charge it. Unfortunately the AC charging cable was falling to bits too (lol) and the md walkman reported a long 'busy please wait a moment' message. Me being impatient, popped the disc out cause i was dying to listen to something on it having had it in storage for 5 years, possibly more. Subsequent attempts to load the disc just made the nh1 make grinding noises. I then tried to trouble shoot the error by recording to a blank disc. It recorded about 2minutes then reported a disc read error. I assume the 2min mark was the limit of the memory buffer. I examined the disc tray as i inserted and removed the disc to check that the cover was opening properly and it looked like it was. I then used a pen to shove the disc head to the side furthest from the motor, let it try loading the disc again then I opened it to see if the position of the lens had move. It hadn't. So next I shoved the lens head to the side closest to the motor, closed the lid and it read the disc ok!!! I'm so happy I didn't break it so if your walkman is having problems reading discs the lens might not be in the right starting position for it to work. Not sure why it doesnt reset its position when a disc is inserted. The sound on the NH1 is sooo good. Right now I am listening to a disc I recorded in 2001 and the sound completely destroys the dac on my $1k phone.