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Topic # 3615 9-Mar-2005 10:55
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We are the NZ disty for Hauppuage in NZ, and are know selling MCE2005 OEM + Remotes.
These are not available via our website, only by enquiry either by our 'ctc us' form @ www.krome.co.nz or Email enquiry@krome.co.nz


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Reply # 13417 9-Mar-2005 11:12
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Does the package come with the TV tuner card?

can you please give more details on the MCE2005 OEM + Remote package?

I am interested in building one myself, or getting one from HP (M1199a). just looking at weighing the cost of building compare to buying an MCE system.




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Reply # 13421 9-Mar-2005 12:59
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We bundle the software and remote control with either the Hauppauge PVR150MCE (single tuner card + FM) or the Hauppauge PVR500MCE (Dual tuner card + FM). Pricing as follows:
a) MCE2005 + MCE Remote + PVR150MCE $570.00+freight & gst
b) MCE2005 + MCE Remote + PVR500MCE $689.00+freight & gst

Details are: Microsoft MCE2005 software (OEM) + Microsoft MCE2005 Remote & IR receiver (OEM) - this is the new Silver Model.

As mentioned in our first post - please contact us at enquiry@krome.co.nz, as we will not be listing this software on our website. Demand is high and back orders may need to be taken.
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