It seems like the firmware got corrupted somehow. Pretty sure you will have to send it in to BC to get it fixed.
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Thank you paul79 and jafant for your replies. Definitely going to send it to BC for repairs. I haven't been active in the hobby for a while. No listening sessions. No audiogon. It feels good to be back and I can hardly wait until I can once again be listening. Until then, there's plenty of audiogon browsing to do! Cheers!
So let me take my situation in a different direction here. What do you all think? What would you do? Part of the hobby/addiction for me is getting and trying different gear. As I'm perusing the ads, I'm wondering...is there another cd player that I should be considering? I'm running the CD2 directly into a pair of Wyred 4 Sound SX1000's. Electronics are plugged into a PS Audio P1000 ac regenerator. Interconnects/speaker wire is Speltz Anti Cable. XLR on the interconnects. Speakers are a one off pair of Chapman Audio Systems T6 MKII's sitting on Symposium Svelte Shelves. The speakers present a 4 ohm load. The amps are rated at 1000 or 1100 watts into a 4 ohm load and they sound amazing! I'm in love with the sound that I've finally achieved after decades of buying and trying. You'd think I'd be content right? Well I am. That all being said, while the Bel Canto CD2 is an amazing piece of gear IMO, it is an older piece now. I know it's well worth the cost of repair...I'm just wondering what some of you might have to say about this. I need a player with variable output with excellent gain capabilty so that I can run my amps. Could probably spend up to $2,000.00. What say you?