5 thoughts on “The End of Scratched CDs”

  1. The problem is… why would the media companies want this? How much of their revenue is from people purchasing CDs that they already own? I know I’ve replaced a good number of CDs and a couple of DVDs because they’ve been scratched up quite a bit.

    If I remember correctly the protective coating on Blu-ray discs is actually optional.

  2. Shoot… should have RTFA: “With nearly $1 million in funding, Scratch-Less is bringing its brand of CD-Rs and recordable DVDs to stores”

    That makes sense. Sony/BMG/TimeWarner using this tech doesn’t make sense (at least, from their point of view – for consumers it would be great).

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