Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by cbm, Jul 15, 2003.
Is there any where that these can be purchased other than internet?
buying it online is the best way.
It would help to say where you are exactly...
Yeessh. Kinda pointless if I tell you you can get em in a place in Brooklyn and you're in Alaska...
I'm in st. Louis. I was kind of hoping for some type of nationwide chain...........
walmart sells them, and so does bestbuy.......(I also saw them at the dollar general for 3 for a dollar)
I just ordered replacement DVD cases through CompUSA and am going to pick them up in the store tomorrow. I think the best thing about their system is that they don't charge your card until you pick them up within 72 hours, or you can pay cash. Right now they have a 5 pk of Fellowes DVD cases for 4.99. I work at Best Buy and today when I checked for DVD cases the only ones they had was like a 5 or 10 pk but they came with DVD-R and was too expensive for the price when I just wanted the case.
Kev, isnt a 5 pack of fellow cases at 4.99 quite dear. I got 100 pack for $25 equivalent in the UK. Thats four times as many cases than you are getting. Just saying....;-)
Frankly I prefer the slimline jewel case (cheap and plentiful). By the time you have 200 backups that is a lot of wasted space. I don't need them in fancy boxes with fancy (and expensive) covers. I want to watch the movie, not the box.
Not quite sure what you mean by trustworthy.
However allmediaoutlet.com sells single dvd cases for 0.45 a piece. They also sell double dvd cases if you are looking for that.
I've dealt with them and they are trustworthy enough. I had a problem with an order (Dvd media was not quite up to snuff) and they were quick with a reply and a refund.
I found Bestbuy.com's online service to be the shoddiest I've ever dealt with. If you do buy online avoid bestbuy.com, stick with their brick and mortar. Trust me or you will be going to the credit card company just to get your money back...
Tosca, thanks for the link!
I'm with you, Tosca! I just use the slim CD cases which can hold 2 DVDs with no problem. It saves so much space and cost me about 10 cents a piece. Forget the fancy DVD cases - I'm too lazy to make covers for them anyway! P
3 for a dollar at Dollar General? Sounds like quite a deal. I bought a CD/DVD Wallet that holds 208 discs. Does anyone see anything wrong with storing them this way?
For some reason i couldn't find a tutorial on how to make a copy of a dvd. I know there's one out there somewhere. Can someone tell me how or paste the link to the forum that has it? Also, can u play dvd-rw on a v4 ps2?
...I'm thinking you havent looked v.hard : )
Also do you mean to back up an original DVD or copy a DVD-R ??
...I know for a fact that you can play -R but I think -RW might be pushing it !!
Has anyone got dvd-rw to work on v4 or any version of ps2. ...I'm thinking you havent looked v.hard : ) You don't need to say that. Does anyone know where the tutorial is? I couldn't find it, that's why i asked. smarts.
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