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MITSUMI & CURSOR cd-r's, any opinions? - 10/19/2002 2:25:51 PM   
musak99

 

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for clarification, Mitsumi Cd-r's, not Mitsui...

anyone know anything about these cd-r's? cause i found out there selling 50 pack spindles of it for really cheap......

thanks.
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RE: MITSUMI & CURSOR cd-r's, any opinions? - 11/16/2002 4:02:43 PM   
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The Mitsumi CDR is serious bad news. I picked up a spindle thinking it's a good deal because Mitsumi makes good drives, and the CDR says 48x and it's cheap. The 48x part is a real joke. First I tried it with a Ricoh 7200a. The drive drops right to 12x. That's 1/4 of the marked speed. I thought it must be old firmware on the drive that doesn't know this media type. Then I tried it on a Yamaha F1. At 44x and OWSC on, it's actually written at 20x. That causes thousands of C2 error throughout the whole disk. Dropping down to 16x makes things a little better, but still causes hundreds of C2 error if you write beyond the 74 minute mark. I don't have any confidence in this stuff at all...

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RE: MITSUMI & CURSOR cd-r's, any opinions? - 11/18/2002 2:12:39 PM   
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Could you post the atip code of these disc's.

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RE: MITSUMI & CURSOR cd-r's, any opinions? - 11/18/2002 10:01:32 PM   
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