The End of Scratched CDs


Fri, Feb 17th, 2006 13:02 by capnasty NEWS

We were told that CDs would never skip like LPs and be nearly indestructible. Obviously someone in marketing lied to us. Or did they? Reportedly, there is talk of virtually impossible to destroy CD that will play your music no matter what.

One of the most frustrating things about CDs and DVDs is that one bad scratch can render them worthless. Now a Denver startup called Scratch-Less Disc is marketing a version that can be clawed at, dropped--even smeared with peanut butter--and still play like new.



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