At 11:22 AM 2007-02-08, Martin Fisher wrote:
>Thanks for your comments. I DO agree with you about the STiL case's
>uses as you specify for CD-Rs. Sorry for not making myself clearer.
>I've been trying to come up with a better alternative to the
>standard Jewel Case for storing standard issue CDs and CDs that come
>with magazines. Some CDs that accompany periodicals (serial CDs we
>call them) come in standard Jewel Cases but many others arrive in
>flimsy paper or plastic envelopes or cardboard jackets.
I do understand the challenges with storing a large number of CDs in
their jewel cases.
As to cardboard sleeves, I find that my JB Engineering file cabinet
accepts them in situ (as in the Joan Baez Vanguard reissues). I also
have a http://www.decibeldesigns.com/ shelving which is amazingly
cost effective for the quality. I have two BC772 and one BC748 that I
bought while in California and moved here.
651 Barrington Ave Ste B
Ontario, CA , 91764-5115
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They don't seem to push the media cabinets, but they were wonderful.
This MIGHT be a derivitive
I bought my cabinet in 1997 as Google reminded me <sigh>.
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