Ohhh... You've missed a lot
missed a lot??? Maybe you would like to tell me what :iagree:
Keep the MIT ones, they're very valuable.
kg, are the MIT Verbs generally getting harder and harder to get or what? :sad: Though I can't find them directly in my area :doh: and we have a good sized (for NZ that is) city in our province, they have certainly been obtainable easy peazy in other areas. :iagree: maybe I should do a wee search and keep up to date on this.
I actually went to get a local store to order some in for me and they wouldn't!!! even though they were carrying that brand so it wasn't like they couldn't get them!!! Their service is :Z :a
Oh Iv'e not seen anything made in China either. Thats not to say media from these countries isn't in NZ its just I haven't seen it in my neck of the woods.
Next time I look I'll take particular notice of things like Imation which I normally give a wiiiide birth, and see where theyre made.
For me, I dont see the point or the sense in media that's only gonna last a year or so, so I would far sooner pay a bit more and have something reliable than dirt cheap stuff that lasts "5 minutes" . 10 years would be much more like it and preferably 20, but the longer the better I still have a turntable that I still fireup now and again. I still use tapedecks though I record digitally. CD's will be around for a loooooong time yet me thinks :iagree: because people in general get sick of change change change and they'll only do it under duress. I speak generally. So a lot of the hype of new technology isn't what its cracked up to be where everybody is suddenly get swept off their feet so to speak.
Anyway thumbs up to DLP verbies and they've always had that nice look about them :iagree: I think if people store and handle their stuff with care as much as possible then that goes a long way to helping the cause :iagree: