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John Gibbs wrote:
> 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.).

Thanks for making the point. I recommend that judgement be based on 
using the optimal speed for each medium, then deciding on both quality 
and efficiency. For that reason, you might well find that for routine 
work (e.g., access copies) a high speed is worth a slightly higher error 
rate; for archival purposes, any improvement in quality is worth its 
price in recording time.

Mike
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