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I don't know exactly, but color and chemical formula of TY dye always been 
better than Mitsui in random test in various audio CD players. Also, some of 
my Mitsui showed degradation process till nonreadeable (data) disc. Never 
had such issue with TY.

Milan

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] TY vs Mitsui


> 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