# What Are the Dimensions of a DVD Case?

A standard DVD case measures 190 x 135 x 14mm. A slim jewel case measures 141 x 124 x 10mm. Others come in opaque hard clamshell discs that measure 125 x 124 x 4mm. Printed DVD cardboard wallets are about 125 x 125 mm. The DVD clear wallets - 132 x 130mm.
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 DVD case: the front, back and spine = 10.8in x 7.25in The front = 5... http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-the-dimens...
 The typical single disc case measures 190mmx135mmx14mm (7.48in x 5.3in x .55in) the height is very close to the 188mm standard width of a VHS videocassette. http://www.kgbanswers.com/what-are-the-dimensions-...
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 If you mean the case in which an audio cassette is stored - it's approximately 15mm x 110mm x 70mm - depending on the individual case design (some are slightly smaller) http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_dimensions_...