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1.6 Are there any mail-order CED liquidators still in operation?




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This article is from the RCA SelectaVision VideoDisc FAQ, by tom@cedmagic.com (Tom Howe) with numerous contributions by others.

1.6 Are there any mail-order CED liquidators still in operation?

There were quite a few CED liquidators back in the late 1980's, but I am
aware of only two that are still active:

Mail Box Video
19050 Middlebelt Rd.
Livonia, MI 48152

248 442-9360

http://mailboxvideo.net

This company deals in CED and other video formats, and currently has a
listing of a few hundred CED's for $5 or less per title (they also have
periodic sales). They have multiple copies of many of their titles, and
will trade 2 for 1 on titles they don't have. All the titles come
shrink-wrapped, usually with a $29.95 price tag, but this is rarely the
original factory shrink-wrap, since on most discs you can see marks on
the caddy underneath the shrink wrap, and some discs, on inspection,
reveal fingerprints. Still, the quality of their discs is roughly on par
with discs I have gotten from private collections.

PDQ Records
2342 North Dodge
Tucson, AZ 85716

520 881-2681

http://www.pdqrecords.awebaddress.com

A giant used record store that also carries a large stock of CED's. They
have a web page at the above URL, where you can fill out a form
requesting CED titles.


 

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