Theoretically a single layer DVD-R disc has 6.2 times the storage space of a 702mb CD-R
if you are working with a Dual layer DVD-R (or DVD+R)
it’s something like 12.16times.
but as noted above there will be player compatibility issues.
as “archive” for storing ripped WAV files on OTHER than your hard drive? the idea has merit.
For actual playback? I’d just go with 320kBit/sec CBR mp3’s
It’s why I’m buying a multi-standard DVD burner.
(Note: this is my official “Newbie resurrecting an old topic from the dead” post:)
Buy why stop with DVD’s? why not pack a BlueRay-ROM disc with WAV’s? ($27 for ONE blank? PLEASE!)