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RE: metal stabilized dyes DVDr - 6/29/2004 1:31:35 PM   
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Hrm, Still haven't tried their DVDRs yet... too expensive to bother with


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RE: metal stabilized dyes DVDr - 6/29/2004 3:25:14 PM   
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Hrm, Still haven't tried their DVDRs yet... too expensive to bother with


Better let it be ... over at CDFreaks, they could not get them to work with any DVD writer ... even the highly-compatible 2500A could not produce an in-spec DVD ...

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RE: metal stabilized dyes DVDr - 6/29/2004 6:50:57 PM   
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Hrm, Still haven't tried their DVDRs yet... too expensive to bother with


Better let it be ... over at CDFreaks, they could not get them to work with any DVD writer ... even the highly-compatible 2500A could not produce an in-spec DVD ...


I'm not the kind of person who likes to take things for granted, especially when media quality is concerned, and even more so with DVDRs.


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RE: metal stabilized dyes DVDr - 7/4/2004 5:45:33 PM   
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What is the life expectancy of a typical Phalocyanine CD-R?

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RE: metal stabilized dyes DVDr - 7/5/2004 4:26:31 AM   
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What is the life expectancy of a typical Phalocyanine CD-R?


Hrm, not a good question...

Do you mean a typical CMC made Phthalocyanine CD-R? if so, what grade/brand? Or what about Ritek? If so, where was it made (which plant) or which brand? Or maybe a Kodak Phthalocyanine CD-R? or maybe Mitsui's? new stock or old stock. Can't forget Prodisc either...

Too many variations! There is no such thing as "typical" unfortunatly. Who makes the disc, and how it is made is much more important then the dye type that is used.

Princo and Taiyo Yuden both use Cyanine as a dye type... VERY different results! Prodisc and DST both use Pthalocyanine as a dye type... again very different results!.


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