At 01:51 PM 5/8/2003 -0600, you wrote:
>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.
> > Thanks!
> > Travis
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> > Travis Bautz, A/V Divisional Manager
> > Dayton Metro Library
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