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PostPosted: Thu Jan 12, 2006 4:16 pm 
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What player do you use and would you buy it again if you had to.


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Using a CAVS 202G II at home and a CAVS 203G for my friends karaoke bar. I had a (actually 3) acesonic 105. returned each in turn, too many quirky problems or undocumented "features" as acesonic refers to them.


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CAVS 202....would not buy again ..still waiting to replace 388 songs
RSQ Single tray.....love it
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Pioneer V870 Laser/CDG player - best player ever made, plays everything (minus DVD).
Pioneer V10 Twin Tray - would buy again, however mine has never been completely reliable.
JVC Single tray - Would definitely buy again, doesn't play burned discs reliably like the Pioneers.

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RSQ Triple Drawer...yes...in a ny minute
Yamaha 3 disc carasol..with amp built in......NO!...it's okay for home use...not for gigs.

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just went to order an new RSQ 222 and found out that both the tripple tray and single tray have been discontinued. Just ordered the RSQ NEO E-500. let you know what I think when I test it.

I hate change. I WANT MY RSQ SINGLE TRAY........ :(  :(


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triple tray
http://www.silverflight.com/au/karaoke/xlmv303.htm
http://www.karaoke-music-songs.com/shop ... e=XLMV33BK
http://www.totalkaraoke.com/product.asp ... Fid=RSQ333
http://www.totalkaraoke.com/product.asp ... =XLMV505GD
http://store.karaoke123.com/jvc505bkp1.html

Single Tray
http://www.totalkaraoke.com/product.asp ... %5Fid=SV22
http://store.karaoke123.com/jvcsv22bk1.html

Discontinued, yes, but many retailers DO have them in stock.

No way would I want to go cavs or Neo!


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RSQ Triple Tray and Pioneer Twin.  No problems with either.  The Pioneer has some added niceties like time remaining, quicker read, autopause, etc.  I would recommed both though - good units/reliable.

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Cavs JB 199 Jukebox - absolutely love it !

Cavs 103 - totally sux

I'm planning on getting a new player in the future!

Knightshow - holy moly - wow - gee willikers - wohoo

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I have a JVC 303 triple tray which I would definately buy again. This one, however, has been relegated to setup #2 and replaced by the Numark 25G, which I think is the best rack-mountable player out there....less functionality than the JVC, but the best and fastest disc tracking I have ever seen in a very reliable unit. I'd buy another one of these again as well!!

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JVC 303 triple tray, I love it. Easy to use and reliable. I actually have 3 of them.

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I have an RSQ- 333 (I think its 333).  Same 3 tray player as the JVC variety that ALOT of people seem to have.  Works well even with disks I burn myself.

Use PC as well.  Actually that seems better if I could get a good setup (e.g. mixer) with the PC, mic, amp.


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Oh gosh, gimme like another week and I'll be back telling all about my favorite player........ lol. It hasn't gotten here yet, but I just ordered the RSQ 333 Triple Tray. And I'm thinkin'........ I'm gonna love it.

Nice to see others already have it and like theirs.  :D

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Dino_wannabe @ Thu Jan 12, 2006 6:55 pm wrote:
Using a CAVS 202G II at home and a CAVS 203G for my friends karaoke bar. I had a (actually 3) acesonic 105. returned each in turn, too many quirky problems or undocumented "features" as acesonic refers to them.
I have my last cav`s player as soon as it takes a dump it will be replaced with a rsq333.

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 4:34 pm 
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for the record, I still use my triple tray as a backup player (customer cdgs), music cds, etc...

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Knightshow you made my mouth water with those pictures.
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Now stop it your getting me all worked up before I have to go do a show. LMAO

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heheheh babs... I want ya all hot and bothered... you'll be fun at your gig tonight!

they're old pics taken by Tig's digital camera.

But the roadcase, the player, the amp, and the basic computer setup is still the same. In the first pic, tig was using the computer as a player for the mp3s... thru PCDJ-Red... probably the best software I've ever used... and he's got a lot more experience with it than I do.

On the next picture, you can see my hand on my new computer, but not the equipment...
http://www.karaoke-forum.com/album_pic.php?pic_id=1198


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 13, 2006 7:38 pm 
ahhhhh I loved that setup in those pics... that was one of the first incarnations of the first system I built for ya... that was all running off of that little emachine with no problems too...


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Completely computerized. Won't go back to discs but if I really had to, I would choose the Pioneer twin tray as it's been very reliable. Tried the JVC single tray and hated it.

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