Problem with HHB Gold CDRs...
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12th February 2009
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Problem with HHB Gold CDRs...

Are the HHB CDR74 GOLDs worth a crap?

Was using some the other day, burning mixes to my HHB BurnIt Plus, and noticed that if you hold them to the light they are EXTREMELY translucent!

And some of my mixes had "digital crackle" all over them, and I had to redo them.

Anyone experience this?

What CDRs should I purchase from now on?

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-Neil
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only use Taiyo Yuden
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Which Taiyo-Yudens?

My HHB needs disks that are only 1-8x speed.

There are so many different ones, what do you recommend?

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-Neil
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Taiyo Yuden CD-R media are certified for speeds up to 52X
just burn at 8x
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I use the TY inkjet printable.

All gold CDs have been found to have lower archival longevity than other dye formulations.
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Anyone else have any suggestions?
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