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Thickness of CD's


snooker

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My CD's were often getting stuck in the car CD player which meant taking it apart. I was told that this was due to copy CD's being thicker than originals. I have made a point of only using originals for the last few months and have not had any problems. I would appreciate any comments and like to know if any blanks are thinner than others.

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chub_tor

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According to Wiki answers The standard thickness of a CD is 1.2mm (about .05 inches), but can vary from 1.1 to 1.5mm.

Are you adding paper labels to the CDs that are getting stuck in you car CD player?

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