So there's a big JVC thread elsewhere that's probably a good source of this kind of model-specific info, but I thought I'd start here. I've been scouring the globe for a tuner to match my A-X2 integrated -- namely a T-X1 (analog) or T-X2 (digital). They evidently don't exist in North America, or at least they seem to never turn up in shops or on auction sites here. I never imagined they were all that rare, as I don't think they were all that spendy when they were new in 1980 or so. OTOH they do turn up reliably in continental Europe and the UK. I'm probably mental for thinking it might be worth the expense to have one shipped over here, but here we are! Naturally one would have to use a voltage converter (or get into replacing the power supply, yeesh). But does anyone know if one can convert a European T-X2 to work with the US broadcast tuning scheme? I'm aware that on certain JVCs with synthesizer tuners from this time (the R-S77 receiver comes to mind) you can move a jumper on the tuning board to switch between the two schemes. But does anyone know if it's possible on a T-X2? Of course it isn't an issue with the analog T-X1, and I'd probably be happy with either one at this point. Perhaps as importantly, has anyone ever seen *either* of these boxes on this side of the world? Any of you European folks seen the *inside* of either of them?