Originally Posted by bigshot
I only care if the CD will play. I have mirrors to comb my hair in.
I do not, that is why I use my CDs to comb my hair in the morning...
Originally Posted by Jaska
Oh, I have to disagree with this. I have repaired scores of audio CDs with Brasso, and even upon close inspection, it's quite hard to tell that they've ever been scratched or repaired for that matter. So, in all seriousness, I would invite Sovkiller to send me a scratched audio CD (as long as the top side of the disc isn't damaged in any way) and I will repair it for free.
The CDs that are repaired by Brasso trust me that in a good reader/player will play...light scratches are easily remove, but the abrassion will leave anothers, trust me on that, and I can do a test with you anytime...that the result is not even similar...As a side note, let me tell you that I sent three times a CD to that company I listed above, becasue the CD was not up to my standards, as I requested and paid double for mirror finish, I doubt that you will Brasso will get that finish, sorry...
BTW my CDs rarely get scratched, that one was used, a hard to find one, that I got it in that condition, and after the repair it is now like new...
What I have seen in this board, and is really curious to me, that guys that spend $10,000 on a CD player, and gear associated, are unable to manipulate a CD correctly, and all the CDs they have around, are a real shame. I don't know but I learned from my childhood to care about some things, and music, LPs, CDs, cassettes, VHS, clothes, cars, etc...were part of those things i learned to care about...as a side note I never lend CDs to anybody, not even to my wife...