I see why you responded the way you did, but the discussion was how
to get more than 80 minutes of full-resolution audio on a CD while
coming close to meeting Red Book specs so it will play as a CD in a CD player.
There is a difference between what you do for your own collection and
what you do for clients who are relying on you for the long-term
survival of their recordings.
As always, Jerry Hartke's answer was more detailed than mine
concerning the different standards and coloured books.
At 10:14 AM 2008-01-05, you wrote:
>I thought the point was, can one get 90 minutes or more audio on a
>CD, which one can with a Jukedisc. As to quality, that's a whole
>different ball game! As for myself, everything I put to jukediscs
>are 78s from 1900 to 1950, so quality becomes a rather personal thing.
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
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