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LuisMCP 15th October 2008 12:31 PM

CDPRO2 at diy-high-end.com
 
I wrote this message only for warning to all people.

If you have thinking about buying a CDPRO2 unit at http://www.diy-high-end.com/, you should be aware of how hard is to get it.

Last month of may, I made an order to Nico Thevissen, and he was very fast getting money and send me the invoice. When I was pay, all was another story completely different. E-mais was not responsed any more, and Nico T. only was by phone.

Time was gone, and every telephone call, I get an “…next week I send the parcel…” but none was sent. It was dozens of e-mails, telephone calls, etc.

Five months later, the packet arrived at home, but one more time I was boring by the facts: Remote Control Unit was missing.

Finally, I have no doubt, this is the worst experience I have had in this business. If you are thinking about CDPRO, please, you should be aware of this.

regards,

Luis.

Guido Tent 15th October 2008 07:42 PM

Re: CDPRO2 at diy-high-end.com
 
Quote:

Originally posted by LuisMCP
I wrote this message only for warning to all people.

If you have thinking about buying a CDPRO2 unit at http://www.diy-high-end.com/, you should be aware of how hard is to get it.

Last month of may, I made an order to Nico Thevissen, and he was very fast getting money and send me the invoice. When I was pay, all was another story completely different. E-mais was not responsed any more, and Nico T. only was by phone.

Time was gone, and every telephone call, I get an “…next week I send the parcel…” but none was sent. It was dozens of e-mails, telephone calls, etc.

Five months later, the packet arrived at home, but one more time I was boring by the facts: Remote Control Unit was missing.

Finally, I have no doubt, this is the worst experience I have had in this business. If you are thinking about CDPRO, please, you should be aware of this.

regards,

Luis.


bad news

In 4 weeks from now I start supplying CDpro 2M LF drives and Display controllers, keep an eye on the website.

best

isabolovic 17th October 2008 10:56 PM

Re: CDPRO2 at diy-high-end.com
 
Quote:

Originally posted by LuisMCP
I wrote this message only for warning to all people.

If you have thinking about buying a CDPRO2 unit at http://www.diy-high-end.com/, you should be aware of how hard is to get it.

Last month of may, I made an order to Nico Thevissen, and he was very fast getting money and send me the invoice. When I was pay, all was another story completely different. E-mais was not responsed any more, and Nico T. only was by phone.

Time was gone, and every telephone call, I get an “…next week I send the parcel…” but none was sent. It was dozens of e-mails, telephone calls, etc.

Five months later, the packet arrived at home, but one more time I was boring by the facts: Remote Control Unit was missing.

Finally, I have no doubt, this is the worst experience I have had in this business. If you are thinking about CDPRO, please, you should be aware of this.

regards,

Luis.
Cite from his site:
"As the DIY-high-END business is no longer operated as a full time business best is to email us."

Regards,
I.

Extreme_Boky 18th October 2008 06:35 AM

The guy is definitely giving on-line shopping a very bad reputation and he should be fined / jailed! But, who is to regulate this? It's bloody mayhem out there....

Thanks LuisMCP for the warning - always consider ordering the parts straight from the relevant manufacturers, it is much cheaper + you'll get them for sure!

...and if you are modifying / designing for some extra cash on a side, the mark-up stays in your pocket :devilr:



Boky

LuisMCP 18th October 2008 12:26 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Extreme_Boky
The guy is definitely giving on-line shopping a very bad reputation and he should be fined / jailed! But, who is to regulate this? It's bloody mayhem out there....

Thanks LuisMCP for the warning - always consider ordering the parts straight from the relevant manufacturers, it is much cheaper + you'll get them for sure!

...and if you are modifying / designing for some extra cash on a side, the mark-up stays in your pocket :devilr:



Boky

Hi Boky,

who is a "relevant manufacturer" for CDPRO2 ?

Maybe Daisy Laser ? (http://www.daisy-laser.com/)

hasta luego,

luis.

Extreme_Boky 18th October 2008 08:12 PM

You can get the PRO2 mechanism at even better price from Service Departments, usually authorized Phillips CD Player repairers, but they do not have to be authorised. It is worth a try...
Boky

commstech 19th October 2008 06:16 AM

emailed the guy for certain verifications on the cd pro2 he supplied. took weeks for him to reply , and did not even answer my question. he asked for my address for verification before he will reply????:confused:

another recommended supplier:
http://www.ahfartaudio.com/products/cdpro2.html

musicomputer 19th October 2008 08:37 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by commstech

http://www.ahfartaudio.com

What an unfortunate name for an audio company :D

albertli 28th October 2008 03:30 PM

Is there any reliable supplier around?

xaudiox 28th October 2008 05:31 PM

CDPRO2 - 385$ http://www.enco-group.com/order.php

Unfortunately they only ship to USA.


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