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post #1 of 2 Old 04-02-2019, 05:03 PM - Thread Starter
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Is this normal?

I remember listening to CDs when I was younger but until this year, I never operated one of those CD players that has a part where you mount the disc on, and then it spins the disc. This year I got a Discman that's around 20 years old. One day I was at school and about to listen to my Linkin Park CD and when I opened the lid, the CD player wasn't on and it was empty, yet the part that spins the CD was spinning by itself for a few seconds. I found it a little creepy yet interesting. Do CD players do this sometimes? After getting the Discman I've been wanting to learn more about CD players.
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Over my many years of flying about once a month, I used various Discman's to keep me entertained and block out the noise (until after a VERY long ~15-hr flight I left it and ~20 CD's & Hybrid SACD's on the aircraft).

My best guess is that you inadvertently brushed your finger against the CD....or the cover released in such as way to induce a bit of rotation to the disc....which is very easy to do with minimal resistance to rotation....
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