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RE: File format cd:s?

Subject: RE: File format cd:s?
From: "Bruce" <>
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 10:25:19 -0500
I have had similar problems burning CDR's. There is basically no informatio=
from the disc nor the recorder manufactures covering this issue or failure
of their products. This has led to a lot of confusion since users are unabl=
to do all the testing a manufacturer can. The best thing that I have come u=
with is to record at no more than 24x. I got this from reading forums onlin=
and it seems to work for a lot of people who were having problems. I sell
CDs all over North America and I haven't had any complaints using the 24x
speed. In some cases I had to replace CDs recorded at higher speeds with
ones recorded at 24x and the disc played well for them. Some of my customer=
were using new players from Sony, so, I think Doug has it right with the
thin layer of dye that may lead to the contrast between the pits and lands
not to be high enough for some players.

I hope that helps.

Bruce Rutkoski

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