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Old 1st April 2008, 12:44 AM   #81
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are these not the correct ones?

http://www.google.com/products?q=JVC...tf-8&scoring=p
They all look good.
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Old 1st April 2008, 12:48 AM   #82
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They all look good.
Actually most of those listed vendors have no stock, I checked them all a few days ago. Taffe Photo is the only one I didn't bother to call and I suspect they just haven't updated their site lately.
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Old 1st April 2008, 02:23 AM   #83
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This is for Kiwis & Ozies,

JVC Aus has just taken over JVC NZ, like just recently. When products don't sell and new models are coming out, the stores will heavally discount the old stock. If it still does not sell or it has been returned or damaged, it goes back to a warehouse. You can contact them at this email address and ask if they have any old stock available. This has just been told to me buy a lady at JVC Aust. Like me in N.Z it won't be worth doing as the freight will kill you. But Ozzies can try it out.

internetorders@hagemeyer.com.au

good luck.

Yet again I wish I was back in Oz......

P.S if that email address doesn't check out, try and do a search for the company Hagemeyer' and get in touch with them.

Brett.


P.P.S I just found the site: www.hagemeyer.com.au

It seems they have a parent company called www.hagemeyer.com maybe they stock JVC parts in other countries as well.
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Old 1st April 2008, 06:03 AM   #84
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I just called Hagemeyer and ordered a EZ31 for AUS $50 plus shipping

thanks for the heads up enzedone
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Old 1st April 2008, 07:25 AM   #85
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Maybe if anyone is ordering one they can ask if they have any damaged ones, they can throw my way...........
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Old 1st April 2008, 08:17 AM   #86
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JVC RC-EZ33 in NZ by smartsales. Not cheap but in stock.
http://www.smartsales.co.nz/?p=produ...me=JVC-RC-EZ33

Look very similar to EZ31 but have added feature - Programme (20 Tracks).
Anyone know what this feature is? Tuner, CD?
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I would appreciate a service manual for the JVC RCEZ32 if anyone just happened to have it or know where to find it.. Thanks in advance.
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JVC RC-EZ33 in NZ by smartsales. Not cheap but in stock.
http://www.smartsales.co.nz/?p=produ...me=JVC-RC-EZ33

Look very similar to EZ31 but have added feature - Programme (20 Tracks).
Anyone know what this feature is? Tuner, CD?
Don't know what the feature is specifically, however I have noticed that neither the RCEZ31 or RCEZ32 support MP3 playback best as I have been able to determine whereas the RCEZ33 definitely does - this is a good indication that this unit does not have the same cd player processor board, and is probably not a good candidate for this project. This is my educated guess, but based on that suspicion I would not buy the '33..
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Here's another RCEZ32 available on eBay, mind you I am not sure this has the right mechanism and boardset, but it seems possible and I bought one the other day based on the premise that it might be the same.. Here is the link:

http://cgi.ebay.com/JVC-RC-EZ32-Port...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 2nd April 2008, 04:50 PM   #90
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thank you very much Peter for sharing all the
things about this wonderful CD-Transport .
I recieved my boombox today from schlecker .
The shipping was very fast !
The JVC is not so bad as boombox , very detailed
and high resolution , for such a cheap thing .

Greetings from Germany
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