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QUICK AND DIRTY MEDIA QUALITY CHECKS- DOES DEPTH OF COLOR ON WRITING SURFACE MATTER

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by BIGTOXY69, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. BIGTOXY69

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    I realize that the best way to insre a good dvd recording is to use quality media- ie: Branded media from a reputable maker. but my question is I notice that the writing surface- recording side of different dvd media are often either different colors or atleast diiferent depths of color . Do dvd disc that are darker in color depth indicate more or better dye thereby indicating a better quality disc ? Some media are lighter some darker. or is it more like the cdr arena mainly just a marketing gimmick?
     

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