I'm surprised that 3M sold you the donut security strips. They do cause
problems for DVDs. 3M now has a new security system that covers the
entire DVD. It has 2 security strips embedded in a clear plastic sheet
that covers the DVD and does not make it unbalanced. They work very well.
We tried the donuts at first and had nothing but trouble.
Kim Crowley, Technology Coordinator
City of Fort Collins Public Library
201 Peterson Street phone: 970.221.6662
Fort Collins, CO 80524 fax: 970.221.6398
On Thu, 8 May 2003, Travis Bautz wrote:
> Hi again,
> We recently upgraded our 3M security system at our Main Library. As
> part of the upgrade, we started to use 3M's DVD security labels (donut
> shape) that adhere directly to the DVD.
> As a result, we have started to receive patron complaints that the new
> security labels cause the DVD to be "unreadable" by DVD players. On the
> examples reported to us, the labels appear to have been adhered
> correctly (not off center) and were securely attached.
> Has anyone else had difficulty with this type of security
> label/technology? The labels (and security system) were not cheap and
> security is important to us, yet I am concerned that we may be causing
> the format to be useless for some patrons.
> Responses directly to me are welcome. I apologize in advance if this
> has already been discussed on the listserv.
> Travis Bautz, A/V Divisional Manager
> Dayton Metro Library
> 215 E. Third Street, Dayton, OH 45402
> Telephone/Voice Mail: (937) 227-9534
> Fax: (937) 227-9539
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