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Steven Smolian wrote:
>
> I make my CDs at 2 or 4x.  I note those presently aalable go up 56x or
> so.
>
> Is there any reason these won't perform well when recorded more
> slowly?  I can't imagine why they wouldn't but better safe...
>
> Steve Smolian

The issue is discussed on our web site at:

http://www.mscience.com/pub.html

http://www.mscience.com/faq.html

We have noticed that the thinner dye coatings of some high speed CD-r
discs result in low HF read amplitudes.

Jerry
Media Sciences, Inc.