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JVC THR1 DVD Digital home cinema system.

Hi,
I have the powered sub-woofer & all the surround speakers from a THR1 cinema system. The sub-woofer uses the JVC 8 pin system cable to hook up with the dvd/tuner/recorder.My problem is that I only have the sub & speakers !! Does anyone know of ANY JVC dvd players that also use the 8 pin hook up cable so that I can search for one and get the system up and running? Its a shame that such good looking speakers are not being used !! Please help :-)

Many thanks

Graham (UK)

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  • gyarr1 Aug 22, 2008

    I have much the same problem. My DVD unit still works apart from the recording function. I was wondering if it could be fixed at reasonable cost or would it be better to try and replace the unit with another JVC one. Do I have to try and find a TH R1 player/recorder replacement or are there other JVC players that do the same job?

    Graham, Newtownards, Co Down


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There is other Cinema Surround systems that use the same 8 Pin setup Aldis had one retailing at £49.99 and there are plenty on E-Bay www.eserviceinfo.com will provide schematics for these systems so you can select the right one.

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