10 7 / 2012
Why Were CD Boxes So Big in the Early 1990s?
Image credit: Daniel R. Tobias/Wikimedia Commons
From roughly 1988-1993, a CD came in what was called a longbox — 6 x 12”, cardboard and hollow. The longbox was a throwaway vessel that carried the smaller passenger of the jewel box-encased CD.
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