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This list is for those who are interested in issues related to magnetic, optical, and other media - past, present, and future - both professionals and amateurs or "newbies" are welcome. We hope that professionals representing manufacturers as well as users will contribute their valuable expertise and share it with the list members. This list is NOT concerned with content (there are many other lists for that purpose). Off topic submissions will not be posted. Commercial information or press releases are allowed provided that they specifically relate to AV Media Matters. Warning - the decision of who is on the list or not on the list as well as which submissions are posted is decided by the moderator - this is done to eliminate off topic and other wastes of time - membership and participation in the list is therefore up to the SOLE discretion of the moderator.

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