How many megabytes does a stereo CD hold?

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Hamlin:
A CD capacity is between 650 to 700 megabytes. But the storage capacity of an audio CD maximum of 74 minutes of music.
John:
A CD capacity is between 650 to 700 megabytes. But the storage capacity of an audio CD maximum of 74 minutes of music.
Monica:
A standard 120 mm, 700 MB CD-ROM can actually hold about 737 MB (703 MiB) of data with error correction (or 847 MB total).CD-ROMs are identical in appearance to audio CDs, and data are stored and retrieved in a very similar manner (only differing from audio CDs in the standards used to store the data). Discs are made from a 1.2 mm thick disc of polycarbonate plastic, with a thin layer of aluminium to make a reflective surface. The most common size of CD-ROM is 120 mm in diameter, though the smaller Mini CD standard with an 80 mm diameter, as well as shaped compact discs in numerous non-standard sizes and molds.
sabari:
Generally all cd contains 700 mb
Some customized cd contains customized size,like 600mb 650 mb lik tat ,but answer is 700 mb
Mikey, just Mikey:
Around 700 Mb.
user:
About 740 MB
KJ:
6-700 MG
Lisa A:
About 600 megs.
Xn|⌡ЖJ¤P:
700mb
Smokies Hiker:
700MB capacity

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