Jays Audio CDT2-MK2 - info needed


I just looked at my Jays Audio CDT2-MK2 to see what size fuse it takes. Imagine my surprise when I saw the fuse was marked 15A.   Really?   15A?   For a transport?   Could someone please verify this for me?   I bought it new.
BTW Jay - this is one reason why companies include manuals!

Toolbox

toolbox149
Why do you there is a problem with the fuse ?
For a transport?  1.6A, 2A, maybe 3A, but a 15A fuse?  I might expect that in an amplifier but not so much for a transport.  Has anybody switched fuses?
Hi @toolbox149,

The fuse should be a 1.6A. There is a spare fuse come with the package, it should be a 1.6A too. Did you check that too?

Best,
Alvin
Vinshine Audio

Thank you,
I forgot about the spare fuse.  I'll go check that.

Tim
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Hi Tim,

You may leave the CDT2-MK2 on. It's fine to keep it on 24/7 :)

Best,
Alvin
Vinshine Audio
So it just stays on, with the display saying "No Disk"?
Or, is there a way to turn the display off while leaving the rest of the unit on?

Thank you for the help.

Tim
alvin, what about the cd3 mk2---i recall it was best to turn off for a spell within 24 hours? or is that not the case?
Hi Tim,

The display cannot be turned off. I have asked to add on this function but was not possible. My apologies.

Hi Rhyno,

CDT3-MK2 uses Rubidium clock, it generates quite a fair bit of heat. To prolong the lifespan, it's recommended to turn off when it's not in use.

Cheers,
Alvin