email@example.com (Loren Wright) wrote: >... we use a boom box, modified to add speed control to both the tape >and CD. Contact Todd Wagner (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a current >list. He sells them essentially for the list price that you'd pay >for an unmodified unit.
I'll add my endorsement. We use one of these, and have found it
entirely satisfactory. The price was higher than we wanted to pay,
but it sounds good, it gets loud enough, the speed is rock solid at
every setting, and the *range* of speed variation is wide enough (this
was a problem with every other variable-speed CD player we looked at).
Todd is a pleasure to work with. I admit we have an advantage, since
he lives about 3 miles from where I work :-).
Ian Price <email@example.com> cited Loren's quotation,
including Todd's email address, and wrote: >If someone will tell us how it's done and/or where to get a CD player >with speed control, ...
and Oberdan Otto <firstname.lastname@example.org> cited both Loren and Ian, and
wrote: >I also am most interested in the vari-speed tape/CD units Loren Wright >told us about made by Todd Wagner (email@example.com).
Thus including Todd's email address twice.
Ian and Oberdan, I must be missing something. Why don't you write to
Bruce Hamilton Hewlett-Packard Laboratories MS-4AD
Phone 415-857-2818 PO Box 10150
Fax 415-852-8092 Palo Alto, CA 94303-0889