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fujifilm cd-r, TY quality?

Discussion in 'CD-R(W) Media' started by legenux, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. legenux

    legenux Member

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    I just bought the 50 cake FUJIFILM , made in Japan. It looks like TY, is there a way to identify it? The weird thing is after burning a music CD, it would have a 2-3 different rings. Is this normal? I am using my Pioneer burner 108 to burn this cd.
     
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    I just bought a pack of 50 cd-rs from Best Buy that are FujiFilm. They are made by TY. If it says made in Japan, I think you're good. I read somewhere to also look at the packaging. TYs are just that plastic wrap stuff. They don't have a paper label like some other ones do. Also the plastic case is perforated at the bottom(the black plastic bottom) and sticks out a bit for an inch or so going towards the top(the clear plastic cover). Hope that last part made sense. HTH
     
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    About the rings, you're probably burning using Track-at-Once method instead of Disk-at-Once. If you're using Nero, check for ID using Nero CD-DVD Speed.
     

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