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Roline (by MPO)

Discussion in 'CD-R(W) Media' started by cd-rw.org, Mar 23, 2002.

  1. cd-rw.org

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    ATIP: 97m 25s 07f
    Roline 80m/700mb 24x (50-spindle)

    Disc Manufacturer: MPO
    Reflective layer: Dye (Short strategy; e.g. Phthalocyanine)
    Media type: CD-Recordable
    Recording Speeds: min. unknown - max. unknown
    nominal Capacity: 702.69MB (79m 59s 00f / LBA: 359775)

    In Finland you can find these at TrioSoft for a fair price. I have used a 50-spindle of these without any problems, but my 12x writer don't push these to the max.

    So recommended by me, but I'd like to hear some more feedback?
     
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    MPO (http://www.mpo.co.uk/) manufactures 4 kinds of CDR. Their direct brand is Hi-Space (http://www.hi-space.com/gb/news/default.asp).

    Other brands selling MPO atips can vary, change of manufacturer (like HP, Philips, or TDK).

    There are Metal CD, Gold CD, Carbon CD (black), and color CD (colored).

    Color CD is the most recent (32x certified).
    Before it was issued, Hi-Space advertised the Carbon CD as being their best product, because of the black polycarbonate (I haven't see their new rankings). :

    ATIP: 97m 25s 07f
    Disc Manufacturer: MPO
    Reflective layer: Dye (Short strategy; e.g. Phthalocyanine)
    Media type: CD-Recordable
    Recording Speeds: min. unknown - max. unknown
    nominal Capacity: 702.69MB (79m 59s 00f / LBA: 359775)
     
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    Pio2001 Moderator Staff Member

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    Oh, by the way, good quality CDs. I use them now that I found some (not all) Mitsuis dying after 2 to 4 years of storage. (But I didn't store Hi-Space Carbon so long yet ;) )
     

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