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Old 9th September 2010, 10:14 AM   #1
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Default SHM-SACDs are not reliable?

Bad News:
A member in SACD Reference Library site SA-CD.NET are informing his new 50dollars The Who Super Hi/Hard Material SACD split in two half in his hands after a cleaning.
Iam sure this is a bad glue problem the JVC factory could have planned in advance and resolved.
Any one more have this bad experience too ??

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