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Ross Dress for Less Scores. . .

Went to Ross Dress for less last night. My Dj CD Binder was getting a little crowded and Ross has always been good place to get inexpensive cd binders.

I totally scored. 2 Cloth and Metal 96cd Cases $9.99 ea One with black enamled metal (binder one) and one with silve splain metal (binder two) combined with my new database and organizational system for the music, I can easily expand up through this binder and into the next without any issues.

Also picked up a U.S. Luggage Messenger/Laptop Bag Big $12.99 Roomy, allows me to take my laptop with me everywhere, and eliminate a should bag and when I don't want to, I can pull it out, with it's own little padded carrying sleve and leave that at home.

Rev

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5arah
Aug. 25th, 2005 09:50 pm (UTC)
The cd cases I use have become impossible for me to find. I have 3, but want more. The big, cloth covered ones that hold jewel cases, with the shoulder strap. I REFUSE to use binders, as I am anal about keeping the cd with the original case, heh.
razorslave
Aug. 25th, 2005 10:48 pm (UTC)
I dj entirely with burn discs (the exception being things I may have just purchased and not added to the dj binders as of yet) i have lost/damaged too many discs bringing them to clubs.

Rev
5arah
Aug. 25th, 2005 11:00 pm (UTC)
I understand that..except that I've encountered too many club cd players that won't play burned discs/won't always play them without skipping or stopping entirely in the middle.

Never had anything stolen, then again I watch my stuff like a hawk, or I'm lucky enough to have a friend/someone I trust in the booth.
razorslave
Aug. 25th, 2005 11:03 pm (UTC)
hmm never had that problem, but i burn my discs with ISO 9006 compatability in redbook format

Rev
irishmasms
Aug. 25th, 2005 11:34 pm (UTC)
Ross Dress for Less Scores. . .
Dude, Ross is better than TJMaxx for stuff like that. You should see the tropical shirts I picked up for $10 each for the usual work bad tropical shirt fridays...
djnevermore
Aug. 26th, 2005 01:05 am (UTC)
Burn discs at the lowest speed possible and you'll never have a problem. That's what I ALWAYS do.
darksource
Aug. 26th, 2005 04:10 am (UTC)
yeah, less chance of being a read/write error
razorslave
Aug. 26th, 2005 04:22 am (UTC)
Unless you have a cheap ass generic writer this is not an issue. My first CD Burner is a SCSI 4x24 CD-R By Teac. Burned my first CD Binder worth of Dj mixes with it. Never had a problem not even on the cheapest gemeni or american dj gear. My second CD burner was a 16x4x32 IDE no name that was loaded into my box along side the SCSI Burner. Had problems above 4 speed. My current DVD+/-R/RW/RAM drive is an LG, I burn at 40x all the time, never had a problem with any gear I've used it on. **shrugs**

Rev
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