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Mitsui gold were to get for a decent price ? - 6/21/2003 5:30:58 PM   
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It seems that most stores have stopped selling this excellent media. So does anyone still know a reliable store which asks a good price for them and will ship to Holland.[?]
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RE: Mitsui gold were to get for a decent price ? - 6/22/2003 3:29:45 AM   
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I haven't seen them, but I think I remember an advitisor for this site claiming to sell them cheap...??? anyways, better stock pile those babys while you can, since Mitsui's no longer manufacturing media


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RE: Mitsui gold were to get for a decent price ? - 6/23/2003 5:58:44 PM   
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Mitsui not manufacturering any more ?
Were did you get that info from ?
The fact as far as I know is that MAM-E and Mitsui Japan are still makeing media.
But I rather have Mitsui gold (europe) befor then the MAM-E gold disc's.

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RE: Mitsui gold were to get for a decent price ? - 6/23/2003 9:52:59 PM   
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http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/News/Details.asp?RelatedID=3864

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RE: Mitsui gold were to get for a decent price ? - 6/24/2003 10:41:37 AM   
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The official statement of MAM America.(

CSI of Italy Acquires Majority Stake in Mitsui Advanced Media, Inc..


Colorado Springs, CO June 16, 2003

Mitsui Chemicals, Inc. has made a strategic decision to partially withdraw from the CD-R and DVD-R manufacturing arena. Computer Support Italcard s.r.l. (CSI) of Italy, has agreed to acquire the majority stake in Mitsui Advanced Media, Inc..

CSI of Milan Italy, is a leader in the production of CD-R, DVD-R, micro floppy disc, paper products, CD-Rom and CD-Audio. CSI was created in 1997 through a fusion between two companies, Computer Support Italy and Italcard. Italcard was a market leader in the production of listing forms for printers, born in 1975. CSI operates a 150,000 sq. ft. facility at Milan, Italy. Last summer CSI also acquired majority control of Mitsui Advanced Media, SA in France, now Manufacturing Advanced Media Europe, SA (MAM-E). Since then, CSI has installed DVD-R and additional CD-R capacity in the MAM-E facility. With the acquisitions of MAM-E and Mitsui Advanced Media, Inc., CSI will command approximately $130 million in annual sales.

Mitsui Advanced Media, Inc. will change it's name to MAM-A Inc.. MAM-A will still be able to draw on the resources of CSI and Mitsui Chemicals to better serve the customer base. The new alliance between CSI and MAM-A will also enable the company to offer new products in the near future.http://www.mitsuicdr.com/about/press_releases/2003/06-16-03.html

Not completely a stop. Or a complete take over.
In Europe we allready have this when the name changed to MAM-E quality dropped little. And the golden dye disc's were introduced to the european market. Which are actually mitsui silvers that didn't pass all 4 quality tests mitsui silver has to comply.
The funy thing is people still say Mitsui when it comes to nameing the disc's.
So for me it's not a real problem.
So does someone know a cheap store for MAM media ?

Problem solved found a store selling germany selling disc's for 1 euro a piece(MAM-E quality). It isn't really cheap but okay compared to the other stores. (by the way at the same store 100 TY 32x in slimcases cost only 31,90 euro's. But with a very awfull top layer.)

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