Usacomp2k3 wrote:CD's don't take up much space, do they?
http://www.amazon.com/Case-Logic-KSW320 ... 230&sr=1-2
just brew it! wrote:You may be able to unload a few of 'em right here. There are some prog-heads on the forums (myself and Captain Ned for starters).
ludi wrote:Amazon Marketplace. If you see a title that has 300 copies listed at $0.01 each, then don't even bother. On the other hand you might have a rare title or two that is in demand, and get an unexpected $15-20.
Or, post the whole deal on eBay as two or three big genre collections, and see if you can get the waters churning by people who want 10 or 15 discs in particular, and are willing to fight for the purchase.
dmjifn wrote:You might consider donating non-collectibles and leftovers. Valuation for CDs can be $2-$5, netting you maybe $0.50 - $1.25 per CD.
http://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/www ... endocument
http://www.goodwill.org/wp-content/uplo ... _Guide.pdf
I like that idea. The only difference is that I would be looking for a Canadian equivalent, since that's the country I live in
steelcity_ballin wrote:Why wouldn't you rip them digitally and destroy the CD?
Arvald wrote:steelcity_ballin wrote:Why wouldn't you rip them digitally and destroy the CD?
In Canada for the rip you are supposed to keep the original media once you make your legal "backup". destroying the media I think negates this.
Best bet if you want to keep the music is to just put the stuff in boxes then into storage.
Captain Ned wrote:If they're already out of jewel boxes, just scare up a couple of empty 100-count spindles. Storage problem solved.
Arvald wrote:Captain Ned wrote:If they're already out of jewel boxes, just scare up a couple of empty 100-count spindles. Storage problem solved.
Sounds like the collection is all in original cases and some have reasons to keep the case (signed). Original issue stated he had some oddball sized ones too.
drfish wrote:Have you looked at Glyde? I haven't sold much on it but I've bought quite a few things and its a really nice service.
Flatland_Spider wrote:What's left of your collection?
I might be interested in some of them, but I'd need to see a list first.
vince wrote:Look at the link on the top (my first post). I'm almost done listing the "progressive" stuff. The rest I will put on a separate sheet, or just below...
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