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Which CDs look the best with Yamaha Disk T@2? - 6/14/2003 8:00:22 PM   
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Disks made by CMC Magnetics work great for me. I've used them for years and never had any trouble with them. But they do have a problem. They use Dye Type 6: Short Strategy (Phthalocyanine).

You can barely even see Yamaha Disk T@2s with that kind of recording layer. I've looked everywhere for Yamaha CDs designed for Disk T@2, and the only place that sells them is http://www.yamahashoponline.com. They are very expensive, and it is taking them forever to send me my order.

My question is: Does anyone know of good cheap CDs that look good with Disk T@2? (Dye Type 1: Long Strategy (Cyanine, AZO)) CompUSA has all kinds of brands, but there's no way of knowing what recording layer they have.

Thanks for the help.
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RE: Which CDs look the best with Yamaha Disk T@2? - 6/14/2003 11:00:34 PM   
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Mitsubishi Chemicals (Verbatim Datalife Plus) discs are usually good for T@2ing

If you live near B.C. Canada you can pick up a 25pk of Taiyo Yuden made 20x Yamaha CD-Rs for $13.00 Canadian, that would do the job nicely as well I think.


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RE: Which CDs look the best with Yamaha Disk T@2? - 6/15/2003 3:45:09 PM   
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For the darkest colour use the Old verbatim/mitsubishi Metal AZO disc's.
For a lighter colour use Super Azo made by mitsubishi or cyanine disc's made by TY(found under Fuji made in Japan in the USA.)

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