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whiplash
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Hi,
I'm about to order a PC MAX 15W
Does anyone know whether this is allowed to be brought into Australia or will customs sieze it and throw it away
Thanks in advance
Curtley
Mon Apr 17, 2006 12:59 pm View user's profile Send private message
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We've send several to Australia and New Zealand. No problems reported.

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whiplash
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Thanks very much for the prompt response, now i've just got to pursuade my parents
They'll probably want me to ring customs or something like that
But thanks again Applause
Mon Apr 17, 2006 1:25 pm View user's profile Send private message
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I actully doubt customs will know what it is, and in a techincal sense you could just call it a hi fi system. Never had any problems with customs here in Ireland, if it not illegal to posse equipment, just to use it.
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Don't tell customs about it... just say it is an assembled printed circuit board for a personal project.

Or you can always say it is an fm radio kit. technically all are true... radios are brought in all the time.
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Over in the States they're inconsistent. My transmitters have come without a problem via FedEx. However strangely the RDS daughter board had to be picked up from the post office as it wouldn't be delivered directly to our house. Customs never seem to cause a problem.

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usually there is no problem. for some countries doesnt make a diference if the package is marked radio receiver or transmitter. some of them just populize it and their customs have just radio for such equipment.
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