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Mitsui best according to this link.. - 9/18/2001 4:31:00 PM   
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http://www.peregate.com/anvil/mitsui.html

Mitsui #1 ?

"Industry giants such as Microsoft, Dell, Ziff-Davis, and Transcender, who can't afford to take chances with CD compatibility and have traditionally used only mass-produced stamped CDs (not CDRs), have adopted Mitsui CDR media for software distribution in situations where software versions change quickly."
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RE: Mitsui best according to this link.. - 9/18/2001 5:30:43 PM   
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RE: Mitsui best according to this link.. - 9/18/2001 7:20:44 PM   
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Don't think so...Lets wait for some real life tests to come out first.

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RE: Mitsui best according to this link.. - 9/19/2001 10:32:19 AM   
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So what do you want to see in a test.

I think that it is true that mitsui outperforms any other disc's in reading compatibility.

I have seen it myself quite some times now.
Here is some proof.
Ever used a dying philips 3610; one of the worst made burners ever. Well at this moment the only brand I can use is mitsui. All the others will not be written I tried the following disc's

NAME OF THE DISC - MANUFACTURER

BASF extra 700 mb - BAER MOSER
BASF extra 700 mb - Ritek
BASF extra 650 mb - Tayo Yuden
BASF extra 650 mb - CMC Magnetics
BASF CERAM GUARD - Tayo Yuden
SONY SupremasCDQ 80N1 - Tayo Yuden
TDK 650 MB CD-R Reflex - TDK
RIMAX 700 MB - FUJI
FUJI CD-R 650 MB 1-8x - FUJI
Verbatim Datalife plus 12x - Mitsubishi.
verbatim Datalife plus 16s - Mitsubishi
Ricoh CD-R 74 8x - Ricoh
Kodak ultima Gold 8x 650 mb - Kodak
Philips CD-R 74 Silver pre 16x- Tayo yuden

which didn't work however the following 3 disc's I can still use and they are all made by mistui.

1 Mitsui N 200 XX 16x
2 Philips CD-R 74 Silver premium 16x
3 Mitsui L400 ME 8x

And here is another example my parents have a JVC miniset with a cdplayer. The lens of this player is getting dirty very fast because of the bad construction. When the lens is dirty it will not read most cd-r's. Normal cd's will work and the cd-r's manufactured by mitsui do also work as only cd-r.

So I think that you can say that mitsui outperfomance the competition with beter reading compatibility.

Anyone who has more proof or facts that show that mitsui has beter reading compatibility or that it doesn't ?

However there is one thing I don't like about mitsui and that is the upper layer it ain't as good as basf ceram guards made by Tayo Yuden.

Also if it is the best disc arround I can't say. I don't know how long the data will last I know that it is beter as CMC Magnetics,Maxell and Ritek but that's it.


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