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Lead Data Azo?

Discussion in 'CD-R(W) Media' started by bratcher, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. bratcher

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    I bought some more sermon CDR's from my Foursquare (Full Gospel/Pentecostal) church last Friday. They buy whatever cheap bulk media they can get & use it both for CD mastering in the sound booth and CDR duplication in the bookstore. All the discs I've bought (so far) play fine & they are on all kinds of media brands like TY & Ritek (good) to Gigastorage, Lead Data & CMC which we know are poorer quality.

    Well these discs (the 5 I recently bought) are light blue on the back so I thought "Oh boy, TY!" but nope. Checking with Nero CD-DVD Speed tells me they are Lead Data. The discs check out fine with no errors (1x master & 4x dulicator speeds). Here is the ATIP.

    Manufacturer : Lead Data
    Code : 97m26s54f
    Disc Type : CD-R
    Usage : General
    Recording Layer : Dye Type 4: Long Strategy (Cyanine, AZO)
    Recording Speed : n/a
    Capacity : 79:59.74
    703 MB
    Additional Capacity : n/a
    Overburn Capacity : not tested

    They are a lighter blue the Azo TY's which are a darker blue. Here is the ATIP from a dark blue TY disc.

    Manufacturer : Taiyo Yuden
    Code : 97m24s01f
    Disc Type : CD-R
    Usage : General
    Recording Layer : Dye Type 1: Long Strategy (Cyanine, AZO)
    Recording Speed : n/a
    Capacity : 79:59.72
    703 MB
    Additional Capacity : n/a
    Overburn Capacity : not tested

    They are both long stratagy but the Lead Data is type 4 while the TY is type 1.

    I didn't know Lead Data was making Azo discs....
     

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