That's how i built my Talking Heads Wall--one brick at a time! With equal doses of patience and luck, the whole package came in at under $120; the first four are CD + DVD, and the last four are DualDiscs. What an AMAZING set! Stay Surrounded, Comrades!I got my '77 and Remain In Light .. keep up the good working finding these and before you know it I will have an à la carte Brick.
You're correct (sorry if I confused anyone with the play on words). The discs were really slow to come out of my Pioneer slot loader...one of them nearly got stuck. They are definitely thicker.I certainly could be wrong but I understood it as that he separated a digital copy from the DualDisc. Anyway, DualDiscs are exactly what it states. Two discs glued together.
What I remember hearing about that, is that because the discs are a smidge bit thicker than a standard disc to accommodate the double-sided nature, they may jam on loading or ejection from a slot loading player. I wanted to say it was perpetuated by orange/red DualDisc information inserts that came with the discs, but it seems I'm mistaken there. But I do think I own at least one disc that has wording somewhere in the packaging advising against using in slot loading players - that doesn't mean it's not still just a wives' tail though!Dualdiscs supposedly play better in top loaders than in front loaders, presumably because of thickness.
An old wives' tail, maybe???
Do you mean double sided DVD's? You know, good question.How come many DVDs are flippers and have no thickness issues, but DDs do sometimes?