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Subject: Urgent Inquiry: ISO Manufacturer of promotional music player
Date: Mon, 13 Jan 2003 15:19:10 +0100
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Please apologize for crossposting this message and maybe for being offtopic!
I need advice with a promotional music player which I'll have to produce for
a customer. The tricky thing seems to be the storage capacity of the sound
chip (and as far as I know there's no analog possibilty at an reasonable
cost). Please read below for product description and functionality. If you
need further informations I can also send you design studies as pdf-files.
And here is what I need:
1. contact information of companies capable of manufacturing the player (or
at least parts of it)
2. any other suggestions of achieving the desired design and functionality
Any help is highly appreciated! Thank you for your time reading!
You can contact me at: office(at)k-m(dot)cc
Regards, C. Mayr
It's sort of an 'instant music player' with a face on the front. The shape
should be either a BOX (size approx. 100*160*30mm) or a SMILEY (diameter
size approx. 150mm). The body should be of plastics. Power supply should
come from batteries.
By pressing one of the buttons ('teeth') the player should play a melody for
exactly 3 minutes. After then it should stop automatically.
There will be four to eight melody keys, depending on design. One of the
'eyes' of the player should be the volume control, the other 'eye' the
on/off power switch. The speaker will be placed on the back side of the
At this stage we only need a rough cost calculation for 5.000, 10.000 and
20.000 pieces and a timeframe for production and delivery. The decision of
our client will be based on this information.
The offers should be based on the Incoterms 2000: DDP (Delivered Duty Paid)
The manufacturer should guarantee the compliance with the technical
regulations required for the use of the player/radio in the European Union
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