Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 18:20:19 GMT From: "Nasty Bob" <nospamspeedypancakenospamail.com> Subject: Re: Using CD-ROMs in a 95's CD Stacker
"Colin Stamp" <col.dustbinnospamp.plus.com> wrote in message news:31cne1hvu7hn9lin9gtvtosvu4an6cv6einospamcom... > On Sat, 30 Jul 2005 17:26:44 +0100, Pooh Bear > <rabbitsfriendsandrelationsnospamail.com> wrote: > > >Keith Winchester wrote: > > > >> Hi, the manual for the 95 says that you should not use CD-ROMs in the CD > >> stacker due to the danger of heat build up. I don't understand why this > >> would occur but am not game to try it to see. Does anyone have any > >> information or experience that might shed some light on this for me? > > > >Since there is no significant physical difference between a CD and CD-ROM I > >can't remotely imagine why this is suggested. > > > > There are physical differences - CD-ROMs have the data encoded on a > chemical layer which can get degraded by high temperatures. "Pressed" > CDs are not prone to this problem and can survive prolonged high > temperatures. > > So, basically, Saab are saying "Our CD changer gets really hot inside. > So much so that it might damage the data on CD-ROMs" > > Sounds like a typical legal back-covering exercise to me. > > Cheers, > > Colin. Yay! at last someone who knows what they're talking about!