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If you have many bad CDs, it might be best to get a “CD refinishing machine” such as JFJ Easy Pro

Universal CD/DVD Repair Machine. It will run you $125 to $150 and is really considered to be just a light use model, the real professional machines run several hundred dollars. Stay away from all the el-cheapo models sold in big box stores for less than a hundred dollars. They break very quickly and will just end up costing you more dollars per disc to repair than if you had gone with the better model to begin with. Even with the JFJ machine it is going to cost around $1 per disc in materials and life of the machine to repair each scratched CD disc.

Link to JFJ Easy Pro on Amazon;

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