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I recently bought a 50 pack of fujifilm cdrs. I ran them through cdridentifier and they used the long strategy and a cyanine dye...rahter than the short strategy used by my imations,tdks,and pny's...Does anyone know if the cyanine dye is better for reflectivity and burner all around?
also...the tdks,imations,and pny's were all identified by the same company..i think it was called smc..and they were identified no diff from each other...does this mean that some cd's are exactly the same
There is a post in the FAQ called CD-R Burning Speed which addresses the Cyanin/Pthalocyanin question.
In my opinion, for CD-R it makes no difference whether or not you use Cyanin. I prefer Pthalocyanin because I can burn faster. The end result, if burned at the appropriate speed is the same for good media.
Is there a way for end users, like ourselves, to measure reflectivity?
the best cdrs for me are all black and purple colour
cause my ps2 read them at once