FS or FT: JVC Everio CU-VD10 Share Station - Disk drive - DVD-RW - 8x - Hi-Speed USB - external - HotUKDeals
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FS or FT: JVC Everio CU-VD10 Share Station - Disk drive - DVD-RW - 8x - Hi-Speed USB - external £30.00

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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I'm selling due to not being compatable with my camcorder (you must have either JVC Everio MG27, GZ-MG37 or GZ-MG77)
This is Brand New (It has been opened to check the condition).
This retails at around £70
I am open to offers for this item.

With the JVC CU-VD10 ShareStation DVD Burner for Everio G Camcorders, you can create DVDs from the footage you've shot with your JVC Everio G-Series camcorders without the need for a computer. The JVC CU-VD10 connects directly to an Everio GZ-MG27, GZ-MG37 and GZ-MG77 via a USB cable and allows the camcorder to transfer footage directly to a DVD. The camcorder will convert .mod files to DVD video format, which the JVC CU-VD10 then makes into DVD video discs that can be played on most DVD players.

Once connected via USB 2.0, the camcorder automatically identifies the DVD burner and is used to control the burning process. The desired video clips are selected from a menu that appears on the camcorder's LCD, and with the push of a button they're transferred to a blank DVD that had been loaded into the JVC burner. One hour of video footage, which is about four gigabytes, takes approximately 45 minutes to burn to disc. Recordings are made using DVD-R/-RW discs.

The JVC CU-VD10 can also be connected to a Windows-based PC (Windows XP/2000SP4) for DVD burning and reading. When used with recommended DVD-R/-RW discs, it offers a write speed of up to 8x (4x RW), and a read speed of 8x (5x RW). It also offers a reading speed of 5x for DVD-ROM, and 10x for CD-R, CD-RW, and CD-ROM discs. The burner comes with Power 2 Go data writing software from Cyberlink for PC. Among its many advantages, recording directly to hard drive will give you the ability to quickly locate desired material, effortlessly delete unwanted video, and easily rearrange playback




Features of JVC CUVD10 / CU-VD10:



Records DVD-R and DVD-RW Discs without PC
Works With JVC Everio GZ-MG27, GZ-MG37 and GZ-MG77 Camcorders
Connects to Camcorder Via USB Cable
Converts .mod Files to DVD Format
Camcorder Buttons Control DVD Burning Features
1 Hour of Burning (About 4GB) Takes Approximately 45 Minutes
Can Also Connect to PC (Windows XP/2000SP4) For DVD Burning/Editing
DVD-R/-RW Write Speed: Up To 8x (4x RW)
DVD-R/-RW Read Speed: 8x (5x RW)
DVD-ROM Read Speed: 5x
CD-R, CD-RW, CD-ROM Read Speed: 10x
Includes Power 2 Go Data Writing Software from Cyberlink for PC
Dimensions: 6.29" W x 9.29" H x 2.24" D

PM me if interested
- WorldMachine
Shipping/Payment:
Personal Cheque (I'll accept PayPal only if buyer is willing to pay PayPal's fees)

Postage cost £10 Special Delivery
- WorldMachine
WorldMachine Avatar
7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
offer £10 delivered
[admin]#2
keep all dealing on thread and state an asking price please, as per forum rules
#3
Far too low. I'm looking for around £30 - £35 (higher than £30 will include postage)
#4
very specialised item - good luck with your sale :)
#5
WorldMachine
Far too low. I'm looking for around £30 - £35 (higher than £30 will include postage)


Then why not state offers over £XX then ?
#6
deanos
Then why not state offers over £XX then ?


This is my first time posting something to sell on here. The way people are being, i might as well just take this off sale & try somewhere else. I thought people would be friendly & supportive. Plus when i stated offers, I put the retail price £70 in the description so that it would make people think to offer at least half that RRP which is why i'd be happy with £30-£35.
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WorldMachine
This , I put the retail price £70 in the description so that it would make people think to offer at least half that RRP which is why i'd be happy with £30-£35.


Then why not put that in your post then ?

You have put offers and people have made offers people are not mind readers :thumbsup:

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