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It comes to a time that they occupy too much space...... i roughly make an inventory check, i have nearly 100,000 CDs......
I have some idea (but it will be horribly needing a lot of time) to digitized and keep in storage media.
Yet, what could i do with the physical copies of CDs ????? After digitizing them, do you discard them away?
And, in digitizing the CDs, what do you do with the booklets??? Do you also scan them (and more time needed)..... I wasn't like 1970s when i purchased LPs, i would carefully read the notes (which provides lots of education)..... nowadays, the documentation of CDs are not as good (i am not sure if i am biased).
There is always a fear that the digitized media (even FLAC or LOSLESS) may corrupt, or disappear into obscurity..... unlike actual physical CDs, when they are on the shelves, they get some attention.....