CD packs or Tapepacks??

Discussion in 'Waffle' started by DJ Lordward, Oct 6, 2004.

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CD packs or Tapepacks?

  1. Tapes

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  2. CDs

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  1. DJ Lordward

    DJ Lordward T.D.P.

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    Yo!
    So what do u prefer...CD packs or tapepacks?
    Iv always bought tapepacks but thinkin of getting a CD pack next time due to better quality & putting the sets on minidisc player will be easier.
     
  2. Reapa

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    yep, defo cd packs mang. Tapes to hassely now, gotta get wiv the times innit.
     
  3. mesh

    mesh Active Member

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    make the change mate; years ago I bought heaps of mix-tapes that are now impossible to listen to through over-use and tape decay.

    It kills me. Don't let this happen to you. :mkay:

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  4. evol4276

    evol4276 DIBBA DIBBA!!!*^@%~!

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    cd packs.. only because i dont think i'd be able to play mixtapes
     
  5. DJ Lordward

    DJ Lordward T.D.P.

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    I'll take ur word for it Mesh. cheers! CDs it is next time (which is what every1 is goin for so far!)
     
  6. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    CD's for sure these days (y)
     
  7. TooEZ

    TooEZ Gibber Jabber

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    Dunno....I stand divided. I have listened to CD packs and tape packs of the same nights, and they have both had different sets to each other, bar a couple......and the tapes have landed the best sets. Also, they're a lot easier for just carrying around and listening to while out and about....but I do agree, that they do suffer after time though...especially if it's one of those legendary sets that has been rinsed over and over......
     
  8. DJ Lordward

    DJ Lordward T.D.P.

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    yeah TooEZ. Tapes are easier for carrying around, while CDs & CD players are too big. I think they are trying to fade out tapepacks now tho, so i may have no choice but CDs! No probs tho, cos they are better quality.
     
  9. moriaty

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    CD >> Rip>>mp3>>pack o' fags sized mp3 player :lighter:
     
  10. V Matt

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    CD packs are OK if they do it like Hardware and just put one set per CD but it's fucking annoying when they put 2 DJs on the same CD and you don't get the whole sets.

    Rather have an 8 pack of tapes of whole sets than a 6 CD pack with some incomplete sets.

    Having said that I don't really buy them anymore anyway, Hardware is the only night that does ones I'd bother listening to.
     
  11. sparkyc10

    sparkyc10 Kentish Junglist

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    cd packs - just cos of just got me first car and am rinsing the cd player for all its worth :spliff: