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Millennium Club (Who's With Me!)

Mr.Poindexter

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I had a speedreader but I sold it and am very happy I did as there is so little call for one now with the vaults.

As for the millenium club, I am well established into that:
2,725 films + 13 concerts
693 titles from the k-store
~1200 or so audio CDs.
 

Mark H

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Well as somebody who started when the Kaleidescape Bulk Loader / PowerFile combination was the bulk loading option for my system over 10 years ago I am so glad that downloads have become more the norm and the need to buy so many physical discs has decreased as standing there loading them one by one is no fun although the disk vaults I have help ;)

I looked at my system and I see that my collecting is out of had and rehab is necessary but then sometimes the 'customers who bought this also bought this etc, etc etc. on Amazon proves just too strong and my credit card takes another hit.

On my system there are: -

8482 DVD's and BluRays
2720 CD's
but only 185 HD movies on my Terra.

Yes there are some duplicates and many still to watch and based upon my day count being closer to to the Moody Blues 22,000 Days from the Long Distance Voyager album than Jim's 29,200 days I know I have no chance to watch them all but I shall keep trying.......
 

flitebynite

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That's the device for sticking blu-rays when cycling through discs because your vaults are full, right? Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
It's actually a speed reader for loading content on to your Server.
It will only load DVDs. It won't read Blue rays.
Blue rays must be stored in a Vault.

Chris
 

cinelife

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Transepoch was kidding....he's fully aware regarding the function of the speed reader.....he can be cryptic using his sense of humor from time to time.;) (Great guy BTW.)

Jim
 

Transepoch

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Ahh... Sarcasm.
Not technically, as storing discs I ejected because my vaults were full is actually how I have been using mine for a while now. (Keeps them ordered, stacked, near the vaults, and generally out of trouble without the time/effort of sticking them back in the cases and eventually needing to pull them back out again after getting another vault or clearing slots.) Not sure why I use so much past-tense there... still doing it.

Was quite inconvenient when the holiday hauls (or other major sales) had more significant numbers of DVDs in the mix, and I had to move everything out of the way to use the device for its intended purpose.
 

MikeKobb

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I should clarify, perhaps. I meant I still have the 3U in my system, lo these many years later. The Speed Reader was loaned to me for a little while after I joined the company, so that I could import my library. I'm sure it's still in the office somewhere.
 
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