I used to buy 240 discs Datawrite wallets(white sheets on a ring binder), and also some 240 discs wallets from some OEM brand(Discwrite) and the sheets are very soft and don't scratch discs
But I need new wallets now, I've bought some new 256 disc Datawrite(black sheets, no ring binder) wallets and a few other more...I've also checked in several local shops, and it seems that they all have use rough fabrics that scratch my MCC03RG20 Verb's like hell
Datawrite have some nerves to boast about "maximum protection from scratches": http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51RJsnFTuNL._SS500_.jpg
these wallets make the nastiest scratches I've seen :Z
I know you guys are as paranoid as I am about proper burning quality, would anyone have a source for 240 discs wallets in Europe that don't rape the discs each time you insert/remove them? This problem is making me pretty depressed atm
recordable discs are much more prone to scratches than pressed ones, I guess that's where my problem lies. I've also check the fabric used in those big transportation cases, it's just as bad....is scratching my discs a fatality?
Thanks for any insight :flower:
PS: huh, nothing new: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=330171