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I26 -> Why not dual sided cdr? (7/23/2003 3:58:12 AM)

I would think this has been asked a million times but why not make dual sided cdr discs like that of a dual sided dvd? It would be great to have such a thing IMO.




Graffitti -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (7/23/2003 4:14:12 AM)

just not possible... if cd is to be dual sided, they'll have to redesign the cd completely.

when dvd was designed, it was designed to have dual sides, that's why it's possible for dvd +/- r




rabbit -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (7/23/2003 6:44:31 AM)

and not a lot of companies use dual-sided DVDs as it is. just look at how many double disc sets there are out there. personally, i love dual-sided DVDs :-).




Dolphinius_Rex -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (7/23/2003 8:37:26 AM)

Personally, I'm glad that dual sided media didn't take on so much, since it makes labeling the disc rather difficult. This wouldn't be a problem though if the standard for media was cartridge based, like some DVD-RAM is though.




rjw -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (7/23/2003 11:11:49 AM)

Dual sided cd's are not possible.
Well for the people who don't know what dual sided dvd's actually are.
Dual sided dvd's are actually 2 DVD's glued on each other.

Now if you do this with cd's the disc gets to thick.

So how about DVD/CD (DVD+)
Well this one is out there as pressed media and it is as far as you can go.
This media can allready be problematic on some players and for this reason most companies just stick to seperate disc's.





I26 -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (7/24/2003 3:28:54 AM)

Thanx for the insight!![:)]




jungleboiy -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (3/19/2006 6:52:28 PM)

THis is 2006 are there still no dual sided cdr's?




Clint -> RE: Why not dual sided cdr? (3/20/2006 3:14:42 AM)

quote:

ORIGINAL: jungleboiy

THis is 2006 are there still no dual sided cdr's?

Nup, still no... Probably never. Or, at least I havn't seen any. Shame.




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