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Pinholes in the metallic layer of a CD no longer contain music, Split from Topic ID #96812 (TOS #5)
jayess
post Sep 4 2012, 05:44
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QUOTE (Satellite_6 @ Sep 3 2012, 20:37) *
CD's!!!!!!!!!! Obviously the way to go.


You're absolutely correct, CD's are the way to go, but they aren't the perfect solution either. Most of my collection was bought used and I'm always shopping for new (used) stuff, but it's crazy to see how bad CD's deteriorate. That old stuff from the 80's and 90's, especially the discs with the chrome tops, hold them up to a light source and it's crazy to see how many of them have pinholes, which means there's no longer any music in that hole. And I'm talking about discs that in many cases don't have a scratch on them.
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post Sep 10 2012, 15:20
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QUOTE (jayess @ Sep 10 2012, 06:32) *
Accuraterip stated it was from 1973.

No it didn't!


That gets back to the play by play thing. When you insert a CD, the ripper obviously is using something to identify it.

What?

I've always believed that "what" to be the numbers on the inner ring of the CD.

Is that correct?
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