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Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by carl310166, Dec 24, 2003.

  1. carl310166

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    hi,i don't know if this is the place to post this thread,if it's not,can you advise where to post?

    i need some help to locate a compact cd/radio system,to be used in my kitchen.

    i would like to be able to fix it beneath one of my wall cabinets,as i want to clear the worktop area.

    on searching the internet,i have found an american site,

    http://www.samsdiscountstore.com/ge75spkistra.html

    with something very similar to what i would like,but obviously,i need a u.k based company or site to buy from.

    any ideas?

    thanks in advance
     
  2. carl310166

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    anybody????
     
  3. ditton15

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    if that's what you want, then the $ is weak, so a good time to buy direct from the US. check that it would run on 230 Volts, or be prepared to get a transformer.

    I've no experience of such all in one's since buying Awai for the kids some time back. you could check out the Denon sites for 'life-style' products.

    Merry Christmas
     
  4. carl310166

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    thanks!..i will check it out.

    merry xmas
     
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    just thought - Tivoli ...

    serach or go to Russ Andrews
     

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