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Old Mar 31, 2003, 10:14 AM
Turbodiesel1973 Turbodiesel1973 is offline
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Default Yamada or Datawrite DVD with CD+G - Interest?

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Following Vinnie's request on my Karaoke Sales thread elsewhere on this Forum, I have made enquries and have a possible supplier of both the Yamada (also branded UMAX) 2100 and Datawrite DVD Players - both of which have the capability of playing CD+G karaoke discs along with the usual features found on a DVD Player!.

First question, is your opinion - which of the two would you prefer me to stock?.

Second Quesion, is how many people here would actually be interested in buying one?. Obviously, I have to buy in pallet quantities so I don't want to be left holding stock which is going to take me years to shift .

The more people that are interested in buying obviously the lower the price. I don't have the buying power of Argos, Safeway, but I may be able to match or better the computer market type prices .

I'm not looking for deposits, or orders now - just looking for genuine interest and comments!.
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Old Mar 31, 2003, 07:54 PM
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as the YAMADA has no mic sockets or keychanger as well as having a little problem with the on screen display I reckon the DATAWRITE would be the one to go for mate. I would be interested if the price was right.
c'mon the rest of you who have been asking for one of these! help drive the price down a little!
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Old Apr 02, 2003, 03:33 PM
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And "Yes" came back the enthusiastic Cry!!! Popular Machines huh!, LOL ,sorry Vinnie looks like nobody else shares your requirements.

Glad I did the "market research" before committing to 30 of 'em - thought it was strange that non of the other D.J retailers were stocking them.

Chris

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Old Apr 02, 2003, 05:29 PM
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seemed like a good idea at the time mate
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Old Apr 03, 2003, 04:27 AM
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I though every one would want one also.

I have just found out that the maxim player is the same player as the datawrite player and will work exactly the same. These players are available for 79.99 at safeways and easily obtainable.
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Old Apr 03, 2003, 01:36 PM
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hi guys just had a email of big pockets datawrite dvd 59.99 IF THAT HELPS
 

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