Of the three formats, which responds the least to little scratches?
C3 + wrote:
> Of the three formats, which responds the least to little scratches?
I doubt it depends on the format, but on whether the player has
"overscan" technology the way CD players do - this takes several
readings of the same track.
On Sun, 13 Jun 2010 00:32:22 -0700 (PDT), "C3 +" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>Of the three formats, which responds the least to little scratches?
I so not know, since my "Rule #1" is that the disc only goes from the
case-to-the-player-tray and back, and never onto a surface and never gets
Similar to rules applied to camera lenses. If you never touch it, you
never need to clean it, and you never acquire a scratch on its optical
If you have kids, NOW would be the perfect time to teach them that
lesson. One easy way to do that, is have them put together model cars,
and detail the spark plug wires with sewing thread, etc. Then put them
on the family room shelf and see how long they sit there without getting
touched. Teach them how easy it is to damage something. Then move over
to the disc collection and the various use rights and rules regarding
those (which you should conceive of and adopt).