On 05/01/08, Howard Friedman wrote:
> Mike, you wrote,
> The issue is not quality. One can get exactly the same quality as
> CD-DA on CD-ROM with lossless compression (FLAC, APE, etc.) for 150
> minutes or more. The only problem is that the resulting disc *will not
> play* in a conventional CD player. Such a machine plays CD-DA discs.
> Some also play other formats, but that's a whole other story or three.
> Point well taken. I do have that problem myself. Maybe there's another
> way around that stumbling block?
As 2-CD jewel cases are exactly the same thickness as single cases, and
CDs are very cheap, the obvious thing to do is use two discs.
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