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  1. minidisc jewel cases

    The folks at MiniDisc Access have just received a new shipment of clear "flip-style" minidisc jewel cases.
  2. Neoprene Sport Audio Armbands Below Cost

    MiniDisc Access is selling TuneBelt Neoprene Sport Audio Armband Carriers below cost.
  3. MiniDisc Access Microphone Sale

    MiniDisc Access is selling microphones and accessories at or below cost.
  4. Minidisc Access has just received a new shipment of Sony Hi-MD Minidisc Carrying Cases that sell for $12.99, and "Flip-style" Minidisc Jewel Cases, which are priced at $11.95 per 20-pack.
  5. Headphones/Earbuds Below Cost!

    MiniDisc Access is selling their headphones & earbuds below cost!
  6. Winter Clearance - 80% OFF Select Minidisc Storage

    MiniDisc Access is a U.S.-based company that ships internationally. If you see anything on the website that you're interested in, you can email us at: contactmda@aol.com and we'll get back to you with shipping costs. Thanks. Phil-Owner www.minidiscaccess.com
  7. For a limited time, MiniDisc Access is having an 80% OFF Winter Clearance Sale on selected minidisc storage!
  8. New Shipment of

    Minidisc Access has received a new shipment of “One Touch” Minidisc Storage Boxes featuring drawers that glide out with the touch of a button.
  9. Minidisc Access has just received a new shipment of "Flip-style" Minidisc Jewel Cases, which sell for $11.95 per 20-pack and Minidisc Labels, selling for $14.95 per 60-pack.
  10. Stringer on music: "If we had gone with open technology from the start, I think we probably would have beaten Apple". Read article here.
  11. The article reads, "The MiniDisc (MD) was first introduced to the market by Sony in 1992 as a replacement to the audio cassette. Developed during the late 1980's, MD used a magneto-optical system to store data recorded in real-time on a rewriteable medium. ..."
  12. Gaming Blog mentions a Minidisc recording of Atari gaming music that was submitted to a gaming website back in 1994. Fifteen years later, it shows up on YouTube.
  13. MiniDisc Canada has changed its name to PausePlayStop.com: Same owners, just a different name. They report that they still have a supply of Sony MZ-RH1 Minidisc Recorders available and can ship them worldwide.
  14. "Flip"-Style MD Jewel Cases

    MiniDisc Access has their clear "flip"-style minidisc jewel cases back in stock for US$9.95 a 20-pack.
  15. Phil Roberson joins the editorial team

    No, it's just that with the slowdown of both the world economy and the minidisc format, we've had to change our marketing strategy. We'll be here as long as we've got people coming to the site, so tell all your MD friends, and we'll be able to keep the format going for everyone. Phil
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