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Thursday, October 11, 2001
Disc4You announces that 120min CDs are history :(


Here is the translation from the original press release (German): "...like so much in our time also CD under license are manufactured. Even if one finds the small disks in each corner of this world in horrenden masses and is bent to therefore regard it as common property/knowledge then each manufacturer must exhaust commercially pressed CD or a CD-Blank licenses nevertheless. Or in other words: At each individual CD in this world the inventor that earns CD, Philips, also. And not only: With the help of the specifications specified by the enterprise it can extract the license at any time from manufacturers, if these move outside of the standards.

This fate overtook now also the CD-Blanks announced by Disc4You still during the CeBIT 2001 with 120 minutes play time. These were the result of a global exhaustion in the specifications to CD laid down tolerances, which actually Lead out apart from the use for area intended and a close putting of the tracks above all a reduction that of pit and country designated, in order to double the capacity of a blank on approximately 1.3 GB, but nothing the despite at license-legal difficulties to fail should..."


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