I don't have the discs on hand anymore but when you asked for info on
them from the burner it would say what glass was used to press them and
what manufacturer. The first ones were definitely Mitsui, the later
batch was if I remember correctly memorex (plasmon). BTW gold or regular
your biggest problem is not the reflective surface but hte dye itself.
UV light from neon lights kills them very early in life, even the higher
end expensive ones. COPY your cd's, even the gold archival ons ASAP. HHB
is not as well known in the US as it is in Europe. Some stuff they make
some they rebrand (like hardware from Marantz, cd's from Mitsui etc.).
Lou Judson wrote:
> No proof. But common enough knowledge that I never bought any. If not
> outsourced, where was their factory?
> On Jan 27, 2010, at 11:11 PM, Alex Tomlin wrote:
>> Worldwide?... Proof?