I heard that functioning CD-ROM's can be turn in to an Audio CD player with an ease. I wanna know how to?
Which pins +5, +12? and if there is anybody did this please comment.
Posted on 2003-05-12 16:04:42 by inFinie


this is the power it expects. the little 3 tipped wire is usually connected to the soundcard if you wish to use the "normal cdplayer" function. so I guess sound goes through it.

I guess you need to hook it up to an amplifier and you're set.
Posted on 2003-05-12 18:23:20 by Hiroshimator
I would meter the wire colors first. I coulda swore that yellow was 5V and red was 12V..... (wish i had a power suply around to check..)

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Posted on 2003-05-12 19:08:57 by NaN
By Audio CD player i mean standalone w/o PC only CD-ROM + power supply + speakers
Sorry if i caused any misunderstoodings
Posted on 2003-05-13 03:08:39 by inFinie
I found the URL finally, i give it for interesteds:

http://www.electronic-circuits-diagrams.com/audioimages/audiockt4.shtml

And thanks for replys
Posted on 2003-05-13 05:19:05 by inFinie
geeh... i dont know that it can be done, really???

just unplug the connected IDE and power up the power supply, then you just got a CD audio player?? uhm... how about VCD player:tongue:
Posted on 2003-05-13 06:23:46 by dion
Hiroshimator is correct. Yellow is 12V, Red is 5V.
Posted on 2003-05-19 15:04:58 by djinn
Thanks for the comformation djinn! :alright:

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Posted on 2003-05-19 20:58:52 by NaN