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cool!

but will it blend?

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*Hee hee* That :53 video had more plot than half my blu-ray collection.

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That's pretty final. I had seen CDs in a microwave, but I think the CD still works after. Looks like the high voltage destroys the metalic layer of the CD.

One thing though, I was thinking the data might still be embedded in the poly layer. If so, you could theoretically put the metallic layer back onto the CD and be able to play it again, if the data stamped into the CD is intact.

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Where does the metal go? Vaporized?


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What's the 9V battery there for?

Dumb enough to spend lots of cash on this junk!
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What's the 9V battery there for?

It powers the motor that spins the disc.
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