Do You Burn A Lot Of Music CD’s?

If you find yourself burning a lot of music CD’s, odds are you probably really only get long term use out of a few of them while the rest either get lost, thrown away, become coasters, etc.

Instead of this somewhat wasteful approach, take advantage of rewritable CD’s. While you can buy blank CD-R’s for virtually├é┬ánothing, CD-RW’s are extremely inexpensive as well. With CD-RW’s you can burn your music and listen until you get tired of it and then reuse the CD. If you do come across something you like and want to keep on CD permanently, just burn it to a CD-R to free your CD-RW up.

In the long run, this approach is more economical for both yourself and the environment.


  1. Ronald Smith says:

    If your Hi Fi has a USB connection (like mine does), Memory sticks and MP3 files are an even better way to temporarily store music for listening.

  2. This is a good option as long as your cd player reads CD/RW which a lot of them don’t. Mp3 player with FM transmitter is a much better setup to have. I use this model Rio Ga Ga Features FM Transmitter, the perfect way to listen to your MP3 in your car.

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