[Dixielandjazz] CD Jewel Box or Cardboard cover?
marekboym at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 14:15:03 PDT 2009
I jave several Cds with cardboard wrap, bought at full price, the same
size as jewel boxes, and I find them preferable. They contain a data
sheet and liner notes, just as jewl boxes, the info normally inserted
in the back of the jewel box is printed on the back cover, they don't
break, and they are thinner!
On 10/08/2009, Jack Mitchell <fjmitch at westnet.com.au> wrote:
> I agree with Bill and so many others that jewel boxes are to be preferred,
> though I've dropped a few from a handful of them as they are slippery.
> However that's mainly due to the cramped broom cupboard I call my jazz room.
> I've had a number of CDs in cardboard covers, mainly giveaways in
> newspapers, and I always trim the card to fit in a jewel box and thus store
> the CD along with all the others.
> Jack Mitchell
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