[QUOTE=s0dium;2029117]Since I’m new here, I’ll post this here, and see if it gets moved. I can’t seem to find any other forum posts that had a full discussion on this.
I’m in the process of rebuilding my audio collection, [B]as all my CDs were destroyed[/B]. I am doing this mostly through borrowing the CDs from people who owned the same stuff, and actually re-buying the rest.
The problem I’ve always had in the past is that it is so easy to scratch CDs on the label side, which is of course unrepairable. I know that DVDs actually sandwich the data layer between plastic, so are there any CD-R’s that do this? If not, what are some of the most scratch-resistant CD-R’s on the label side. LightScribe-capible media would be a bonus.
Thanks in advance.[/QUOTE]
How did this tragedy happen??
If you want this, LS CDs may be an option for you.
DVD media is produced in a different way, like you already posted.