Question about JVC GR-D201U Mini DV Digital Camcorder

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Is part number QAM0403-001 the S/AV/Editing cable?

I bought a used JVC GR-D201US, without the S/AV/Editing cable. On the JVC website, they list: QAM0403-001 MULTI CABLE $37.15 It -looks- like the S/AV/Editing cable, except in the picture it has a USB connector visible, and it is described as "Multi cable to USB Connection." Obviously the connector on the JVC for this is -not- a USB connection, and a simple cable will not do USB to AV or AV to USB. I suspect this was a mistake by whomever took the picture and typed it up. I am unwilling to risk over $40 to find out, and their phone support was no assistance. Can anyone confirm or deny that the above part number is the S/AV/Editing cable? Or know where I may find one? Thanks, Steve

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  • Steve Greenfield
    Steve Greenfield Apr 21, 2007

    I spoke to them, too, but the person who answered was just reading the website and kept saying it was a USB cable, which it obviously cannot be.

  • vemana Feb 18, 2008

    Hi

    I am trying to find S/AV Cable (also called multi cable) for my JVC GR-DX300U model. Any links where I can buy this are welcome and thank you verymuch. JVC website shows an USB at one end which obviously can't be. The JVC camcorder has a semi-circular socket where this cable goes-in. So I am assuming it should have a semi-circularshape at one end

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QAM0532-001 is the correct part number, not to be confused with the mini 1/8 stereo plug style of the more common cable. Not USB but proprietary JVC. $37.15 most places

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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Anonymous

I just talked with the folks at JVC and they gave me the part number you have. Ron Raleigh, NC

Posted on Apr 21, 2007

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Looks like Best Buy sells those parts now. And with a 30 day return policy if it isn't the correct part.

<http://bestbuy.partsearch.com/Model/Matsushita/JVC/GRD201US.aspx>

They sell the QAM0532-001 as a replacement for the other part number, as indicated. Thank you, anonymous poster.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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