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Subject: Re: anyone ever return a DVD Recorder to Walmart?
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Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 08:44:41 GMT
NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 04 Nov 2003 00:44:41 PST
Organization: RoadRunner - West
"lucky" wrote in message
> I just wish someone could answer my question instead of getting into all
> this other crap. If the thing burns inferior dvds, then I'm not
> interested and it's going back. Also I'm worried about the 'chroma' bug
> I've read about in the review on soundandvision mag. I've done weeks of
> research but there still is the chance it's a bad thing.
Seems that people think that items that we dont end up liking can't be
returned for that reason.
I've changed my mind about items that I've bought and returned because it
either didn't meet my expectations or just ended up being not really what I
I dotn do this with clothes, but material goods like electronics; NO ONE has
a 100% sure way of knowing that they will end up liking the product, since
electronic items must be used to be determined if I am gonna like the
product or not. You can do all the research on all the sites and magazines
you want, I could be that 1% that find the product not worth the money
As for a DVD wrtier. Im on my second one. My first was a Sony DVD+RW (no +R
since i bought it prior to +R being finalized ) and have a used Pioneer A07
DVD-R since the discs are cheaper.
I've used every brand of DVD+RW there are and have tried everything from
cheap CompUSA DVD-R discs. I found Sony DVD+RW the best and for DVD-R , TDK
and Maxells worked the best for me for makign "movie" discs . For data
storage, the cheap DVD-r's from CompUSA worked fine. Its nice knowing I can
back up my computer on only 4 discs.
AS for the chroma bug? I haven't run into it on the 150+ dvd's i've used so
far but I definitely know about it.
> Also Stan, if you don't want to pay for my returns, I suggest you don't
> shop at places with wonderful return policies. I choose to pay more for
> that privledge. Also I don't shop at those places that don't accept
> returns so you are free to save your $ there if you like. That's called
> freedom of choice. I'm not forcing you to shop at walmart. I thank God I
> live in a world where most of the time, the consumer is king.
Thank you. I agree. If a store isn't going to cater as much to the customer
by making their decision making and their return / refund policy as friendly
as possible, I wont shop there. Luckily, I've never ran into a store that
had a policy of "if its used, dont return it".
In fact I just returned a DVD player to CompUSA for a friend because the
player itself was "not adequate" for his stereo system he had ( conflict of
hardware ). They took it back, no questions asked, refunded the money, which
he went and spent on computer supplies later that week at that same store.
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