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MiniDiscs aren't popular in America - MiniDiscs aren't popular in America
Sat, June 21 2003 | 7:15PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Let's do a quick compare. Minidiscs rewritable, digital, changeable, small and sturdy media. You can literally put a mic into your minidisc recorder and record right to the disk. You can then rename the clip on the player. You can even cut the track up into several different tracks, and then change their order on the disk. Minidiscs are much stronger than CDs. CDs are large, fragile, and easily damaged. Minidiscs are small, and can by no easily conceivable means be broken (I've heard of someone running over a MiniDisc with their car, and it still works). The other major advantage of this is that Minidiscs CANNOT be scratched like their CD counterparts. Throw a MD in your pocket (its so small it can easily fit), or just throw them in your hollowed out book (like in The Matrix). "
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