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Searching for LED-display-looking component

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Hello everyone,
I am searching all over the WWW for a LED-display-looking component because I want to make my own CD-player. Do you know where I can find such a (free) component? Thank you very much.
Greetings, J.v.Barchum.
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If you can use shareware, check "ZieglerCollection One" from ZieglerSoft (http://www.zieglersoft.dk)
For a freeware components, check Torry's Delphi Pages (www.torry.ru), there is a lot of them.
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See display.zip in the Delphi Super Page. It's free with source.
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