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Double-Sided CD

Twice the music, half the hassle...
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Is there a technical reason why this hasn't already been invented by someone? Surely it is possible and would be very practical to have both sides of a cd to be readable. Just like cassette tapes have 2 sides, a cd could too. The only problem I can think of is the ease of scratching one of the 2 surfaces, but still, with proper maintenance theres no reason it shouldn't work!
chard, Sep 24 2002

PC Vinyl Burner http://www.halfbake...PC_20Vinyl_20Burner
In the future, music will be etched into durable vinyl. [Amos Kito, Sep 25 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       All your favorite Gilligan's Islands on only two discs!
bristolz, Sep 24 2002

       DVD's are double sided.
waugsqueke, Sep 25 2002

       You wouldn't have any place to put the label...except maybe around the edge.
phoenix, Sep 25 2002

       If you get the South Park movie DVD, it has one screen size on one side and a different size on the other. I'll show you some time.
NickTheGreat, Oct 14 2002

       I have a little theorie about double-sided CD's. I've put it here: http://alog.be/varia/cd.htm
aergn, Apr 04 2004


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