[Dixielandjazz] Recording the music
marekboym at gmail.com
Sat Jun 19 15:24:02 PDT 2010
There are neither scratches nor dirt on either of the two CDs that went dead.
I have once sctratched a CD, and it wouldn't play in my car player
ever since, but it still plays on my home one. And one that arrived
scratched - in that one, some numbers would not play. When i
complained, the vendor sent me another copy.
On 19 June 2010 23:45, <W1AB at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 6/19/2010 4:30:18 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> marekboym at gmail.com writes:
>> I certainly wouldn't worry about longevity with a CD....not at our age!
> I have two CDs, one burnt by a friend, and one that I got as a present
> from the leader of the band recorded thereon that stopped playing
> after a few years.
> So even at our age....
> CDs can be easily damaged by scratches and debris getting on them.
> Properly and carefully cared for, they last a long time.
> To be sure I don't damage my CD originals, I make copies to play in my
> car. That is, I started doing that after I got a scratch on an
> irreplaceable CD when using it in the car. Fortunately, the scratch damaged only one
> Al B
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