Power CD pix

Discussion in 'Apple Collectors' started by blakespot, May 11, 2002.

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    blakespot

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    Ensign Paris

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    Anyone in the UK want to sell me one of these for about £80?

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    AlphaTech

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    blakespot, nice Sony tv you have there.. what size is it?? I have the 27" model. :D

    As for the PowerCD, it's nice, if you want that sort of thing. Personally, I like mine from Camridge SoundWorks that I have plugged into my speakers.

    Either way, enjoy.
     
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    blakespot

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    It's the 27" VVEGA, indeed. Fine set. Looks great w/ s-video in from DirecTV and component in from the PS2 (DVD, etc.).

    You like your what? CD player? The PowerCD is an audio CD / PhotoCD (video) / 1x SCSI CD-ROM player. I am using it just for audio and PhotoCD's. I have it hooked into my amp which is tied to a Bose Acoustimass 5 system (white). Works great. (The den is too oddly shaped to do surround.)


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    eyelikeart

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    damn blakespot...u have so many cool toys...

    for how much did u snag it?
     
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    About $300. New in box. Quite fine.

    Selling off some old hardware to fund an iBook purchase presently. Speaking of toys... :0



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    groovebuster

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    Re: Power CD pix

    Good old times! :) Still remember promotimg them with the Apple Promotion Team here in Germany. Cool that some people still have one (and in use).

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