Can a DVD hold more data than a CD?

Answer yes

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Why do burnable CDs only hold 80 minutes of music when they can hold 700MB of data?

Because CD players can only read uncompressed audio files (i.e. .wav). When you use cd burning software to make an audio CD it will decompress all of the audio, hence taking up more space.Lots of ... Read More »

How much data can 120 gb hold?

A 120GB device can store approximately 120 billion "bytes" of information. This translates to about 2000 hours of MP3 music, 38,000 digital photos, 120 hours of digital video or 30 two-hour, DVD qu... Read More »

Does a blu-ray disc hold more data than a DVD?

Yes it does. a DVD holds 4.7 gigabytes of data (1 gigabyte is 1000 megabytes), while a single layer Blu-Ray disc holds 25GBs of data. That is significantly larger than DVD.I use a DIGISTOR(digistor... Read More »

How long will a TDK DVD hold its data?

It is estimated that a TDK DVD, or any type of DVD for that matter, will have a usable life of 25 to 50 years. This theory is hard to prove because DVD media has only been in existence for approxim... Read More »