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Onkyo DX 7031 CD player. Fully revitalized.
The device has been fully reviewed and serviced.
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Onkyo DX 7031 CD player. Completely revitalized.


Osaka Denki Onkyo KK was founded in 1946 by Takeshi Godai, who aimed at producing good quality dynamic speakers in Japan. The word “onkyo” stands for “sound acoustics” in Japanese, and over the years it has become synonymous with excellence in this area. From the start, the company tried to design speakers based on its own components. In 1948, the long-awaited ED-100 loudspeaker was launched. Although it was 50% more expensive than its competitor, it turned out to be a sales hit. In the early 50s, Onkyo became a leading manufacturer of loudspeakers, which spurred it to expand its office and production space. The OS-55 radio receiver was launched, becoming a bestseller among music lovers. At the end of the decade, Onkyo had to accept a capital dependency on Toshiba and began producing TV sets for the brand. At the same time, the company was one of the first manufacturers to promote separate audio components instead of “all-in-one” furniture-type systems, creating a modular phonographic system. In the 1960s, Onkyo introduced audiophile-grade sound to the mass market – the MC2200 amplifier, and in the following decade it produced its first models of headphones and turntables, as well as the iconic M-series loudspeaker. Products from the 80s, including cassette recorders, M series amplifiers, tuners, such as the T-909 and T-9990, and receivers were appreciated by critics and consumers. In the 90s, Onkyo quickly reacted to the new technological needs of the market by launching, among others, the world’s first Lucasfilm THX-certified A / V consumer receiver, plus a premium line of computer sound cards with matching speakers. Currently, the company pursues this direction, looking for innovative solutions in sound reproduction.

The DX-7031 is Onkyo’s popular CD player from the 90s. It is equipped with a KSS-210A laser, which works quietly and precisely, ensuring good quality of sound reproduction. This model has a design characteristic of its era – a black front panel with numerous buttons with a good level of sensitivity and a digital display.

The enclosure has been completely revitalized. The top cover has been cleaned and painted using the automotive wet painting technique. Black varnish was used and secured with a clear matte one. New teak side boards give the player an elegant look.


The device has been fully reviewed and serviced.

– cleaning and adjustment of the reader
– refilling lubricants
– laser cleaning
– checking and alignment of L – R channels
– front panel washed in an ultrasonic cleaner
– mechanics setting
– cleaning the contacts of the front panel and the remote control


Technical data:

– disc format – CD
– frequency response – 5Hz to 20kHz
– dynamic range – 96 dB
– signal-to-noise ratio – 100 dB
– total harmonic distortion – 0,004%
– line output – 2V
– digital output – optical
– SM5861AP digital converter, 1 bit accupulse
– CD mechanis -: KSS-210A
– dimensions – 50 cm x 29 cm x 13 cm (width, depth, height)
– weight – 6 kg
– year of production: 1992/94

Additional information

Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 60 x 50 x 50 cm