Wesociety wrote:Nowadays, High speed CD-RW's are a complete waste of money and completely unnecessary for most situations.
Last week I was in agreement with this when I realized that I hadn't used any CD-RWs in several months.
However, I've just might have a new use for them, which is an exception as Wes noted.
The player in my Jeep will play *.MP3s and *.WMAs on CD-Rs and CD-RWs.
So I burned out some CD-Rs with a whole bunch of songs on hand.
Then I bought several new as singles and was about to reburn new CD-Rs.
Then I thought, well maybe I'll wait to see if I want some more songs.
Now I realize that if I reburn with packet writing on CD-RWs that I can just stick new ones on one at a time as I aquire them.
And if data corruption is an issue, can I hear the difference between B# and Cb?