CD-RW Question

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  1. Antilles

    Antilles New Member

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    I've just recently discovered how good CD-RW's are in the car, because I will tire of a mix in a few days, so I just go back and rewrite it.

    My question is how long will I be able to write/rewrite a single CD-RW until quality starts to suffer?
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  2. terminator1010

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    I dont know for sure, but I would say quality will never start to suffer since CDs are digital, that is 0's and 1's.
     
  3. NevaTrustWhitey

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    cd-r(s) are so cheap now anyways, i believe you can find them for under $.15 each if you buy a pack of 100 or so.

    but to answer your question, depends on the quality of the cd. you should never really notice a differance (unless it is mis-used or scratched or over-heated) but im guessing every time you re-write it lessens to some degree. they are but cheap little discs..what do you expect. :ugh2:
     

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