Another reason to love svp

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#1

Many of us would like to save a little now and then so i was (as often) browsing svp’s pages and saw this nice dessription for some crap media :clap:

SVP -> Perfect for short term storage and back up of non-crucial data, Mirror DVDR are value for money products that will appeal to customers who want to pay a minimum. ADVDInfo: MCC 003

Review by David Myatt from Stoke On Trent on 22/07/2006 20:07:23 Rating: 1/10 Be Warned! Bought to you by Infosmart - The worst discs available - Get yours today!!! Seriously, the discs dont use an MCC dye, they use an infosmart dye and use the MCC code for “compatability”. The code doesnt make this a quality disc though. And SVP: Dont try and tell me that these discs are made using MCC stampers - They arent! Infosmart even faked the Verbatim brand. (the same serials were used on Hyundai infosmart media and the Fake Verbatim media). Poor quality manufacturing, a fake MID code and a poorly stamped dye all add up to a terrible disc. Fake Verbatim story: http://www.burn.hu/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=4 Discussion on this story at cdfreaks here: http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=144263


#2

Before acclaiming how media is described by SVP and how users rate the blanks, take a look at the description page of any disc with a Ritek G05 MID… :wink: LOL

Not that this would stop me from being a very happy SVP customer :cool:, just that I find this funny. Or upsetting. Matter of point of view… :bigsmile:


#3

Yeah, they’re a little behind there :wink:


#4

Demand determines supply. :slight_smile:
Quite a few people are still cheap enough to buy RITEK G05 or Hong Kong “MCC”, and if the profit is high, then it will be sold.


#5

Yea, it would be impossible for any online media shop to survive without selling Enet brands, riteks etc.


#6

I love SVP because of their service. You never know, one day you may need cheaper media anyway :bigsmile:


#7

[QUOTE=>:|sh4d0w|:<]Yea, it would be impossible for any online media shop to survive without selling Enet brands, riteks etc.[/QUOTE]Not any media shop. I would say “any online media shop for consumers”.
Special purpose media shops don’t need to sell E-net or Ritek. At least I’m sure that this shop won’t. :bigsmile:


#8

I do. :iagree:

For professional reasons, I burn lots of Datasafe-branded printable CMCMAG E01s. As these discs are extremely (I should say [I]hugely[/I] :bigsmile: ) variable in quality, I wouldn’t buy them from any other online shop, because I know that if the coaster rate gets too high, SVP will be OK to replace or refund the discs, with a smile and no questions.

That’s what I like the most with SVP, helping me having peace of mind. :cool:


#9

I do too , but apart from being non-European myself and have aceess to US market for media , alot of time I can get Sony T02 or Verbatim MCC004 for cheaper than DAXON AZ2 and way cheaper than CMC MAG E01 from here in Egypt :bigsmile:


#10

Well that would be me who wrote that quote in your first post. Not my name though, its my dads. LOL