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has anyone had any experience with this? I have some expensive cds, some with minor scratches that I would like to get out, if not this product does anyone know of any other devices that are reliable for this process?
 
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My wife gave me one last Christmas. I only have used it on Cds that either would not play or had problems with a certain track. Based on my limited sample of about 15 old CDs I was very pleased. It corrected the problem on all of them. I would not recommend using it for scratches that are cosmetic, however. It alters the surface of the CD. From what I can tell this alteration is cosmetic and has no impact on the sound.

There have been a couple of threads on this device in the past if you do a search.
 
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