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Old 16-06-11, 05:59 AM
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Someone on here kindly sent me a sample of one of those. It seemed very flimsy compared with the Viewpacks I ended up with. I doubt you will be able to read the spine with either of these options.
Thanks. By "flimsy" do you mean that the Jazz Loft ones are really thin plastic? Is the Viewpack just a bit thicker or a lot?

Edit: I forgot to ask about 2/3/4 CD sets but this supplier might have just what I need.

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Old 17-02-17, 08:56 AM
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I'm looking to archive about 2000 CDs initially for storage due to house renovation and then for storage in a newly renovated house.

It seems that Jazzloft may be gone, does anyone know what options are available now (in UK and Europe preferably)

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Old 17-02-17, 09:31 AM
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They went / moved to ...

http://www.spacesavingsleeves.com
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Old 17-02-17, 10:19 AM
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Very expensive to get to Dublin.

Does anyone know of other options that are pure storage rather than storage with a view to browsing on a shelf?


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Old 17-02-17, 12:00 PM
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My recommendation. Don't.
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Old 17-02-17, 12:15 PM
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My recommendation. Don't.
Would you care to elaborate?

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Old 17-02-17, 10:39 PM
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Yes, you'll end up with a collection of silver disc in folders. It will be inaccessible and worthless.
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Old 18-02-17, 08:13 AM
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I had the same problem but with my DVDs whose cases are even more bulky. I used plastic envelopes got from ebay ( quite cheap ). dvds are an easier proposition as they are now only backups will never play them again as I copied them all to my Media Center. I then used food wrap to keep the bundles to gether and then stout cardboard boxes. As for cds that I play, I use the very thin slimline plastic cases - you can get coloured ones - these are thick enough to take any slim booklet but not the cd case back
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Old 18-02-17, 09:46 AM
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Very expensive to get to Dublin.

Does anyone know of other options that are pure storage rather than storage with a view to browsing on a shelf?


.sjb
At the moment my CDs stay in their 'Jewel' cases (what a misnomer that was!) and go into storage in the loft. Actually, the sleeves seem like a good idea now I think about it, as I would only ever need the discs for re-ripping if I lost both my NAS and its backups. Either way, you still need something to stack them in, and I find these boxes excellent for that:
http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.u...b18_0litre.php

They hold about 100 CDs, but obviously more than that without the cases. They do a bigger size, but that gets a bit heavy taking it up to the loft.
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