I too use both TY and MAM-A and find that to get good results with
MAM-A through the Clover analyzer, I must burn at a slower speed (4x max.).
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3450
On Tue, 25 Apr 2006, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> Here's a question for those who use cd-r for preservation.
> I have used Taiyo Yuden and Mitsui for the last 8 years. In that time TY
has always come out of my burners with much better quality as demonstrated
by a Clover Systems analyzer. My question is, if TY has a consistently better error rate than Mitsui, is there any reason for me to use Mitsui at all? I know the arguments for and against phthalocyanine. What do you all say?
> Leaning towards TY exclusively,
> Kevin Irelan