#1
If I burned like oh, 50gb's worth of music on to DVDs and then deleted them from my harddrive, do you think they'll be safe for a while? I mean would I have to worry about them suddenly going dead somehow and unreadable?

I'd also have them stored on my ipod essentially too
#3
Should be fine. Just don't scratch/put them in sunlight/burn them/lend them out etc.
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#9
$20 for a spindle of 50.

Anyway I have an external, I just don't know if I want to keep everything on it
#10
Quote by alreadygone
huh, I guess I dont know for sure. Just dont buy the cheapest CDs in the store, or ask an employee for an opinion-


no go for the dvd...theyll be safe so long as you dont do anything that says you shouldn't on the dvd case.
#12
Quote by amazingdm
$20 for a spindle of 50.

Anyway I have an external, I just don't know if I want to keep everything on it


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#14
will be fine. i have cd's from going on 10 years ago or so that still work!
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#15
Quote by The_Cory
Pick up an external hard drive.



This is the smartest thing, you can buy one with more than 50gb for when your collection grows. Also, it's all in one place and still digitally stored, and not on physical disks that can be destroyed. Of course you could destroy an external hard-drive but it'd be much more difficult. Not to mention, you can put other stuff besides music on an external hard-drive as well, making it more effective.