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Alpine TV with module.


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the module is the cpu which makes the screen work.....the tuner is in the tv itself.

The tuner along with the speaker amp and pre out's/in are all in the CPU. I have one. Same model. The CPU isn't available any more as the CVA 1000E has been updated. As I said the screen is totally useless by itself. Someone who just wants the CPU obviously has a stolen unit. The unit also doesn't receive TV without the additional module.

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.......as i stated in the original post...there is a tv.......along with a seperate module.

Well as u have one of these and clearly know more about it then i do......so i was wrong saying the tv was a tuner......but there is a tv unit...along with another box which as u said is the tuner,speaker amp and pre out.

Cmon make me some offers.........this would b a great add to ur 33 ;)..or any sky for that matter

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Dim ,

I sent you a PM in regards to the unit

Basically as long as the unit is in good condition and everything is working im happy to pay you the $ you are asking for i think it is a fair price.

The only thing is that i need to get this stuff to sydneyas thats where i am currently based.

Where in VIC are you ?

Does the TV have a remote with it at all ?

Is eveything on the unit working i.e. TV etc etc

Regards

Brad

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