Are Fujifilm CDRs "Product-Code: 25301441" 48x?

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#1

Hi,

Yesteday I bought 40 FujiFilm CDRs (80min-700MB Single-Slim-Case)

FUJIFILM PRODUCT CODE: 25301441

But They dont have any Recording Speed on Outside-Label or
in the CDR-Front; only in the Inside-Paper-Label say:

“Speed Compatibility: Up to 48x compatible”

“MADE IN JAPAN”


The problem is that others FujiFilm 24x CDR have the same
code number, and now I am not sure if this CDRs are really 24x or 48x??

I get the following results using “CDR Media Code Identifier v1.63”:

-ATIP: 97m 24s 01f

-Disc Manufacturer: Taiyo Yuden Company LTD.

-Recording Layer: Dye (Long Strategy; e.g. Cyanine, Azo, etc.)

-Media: CD-Recordable

-Nominal Capacity: 702.83 MB (79m 59s 52f / LBA: 359847

-Recording Speed: Min.Unknoun - Max. Unknown

Anyone one on the forum knows the real speed of the above CDRs?

Thanks in advance

Regards

Bosco


#2

Nominal Capacity: 702.83 MB (79m 59s 52f

No such thing, are you sure that’s not “72f” ? If so, it’s regular old TY 48x media.


#3

Thanks rdgrimes for answer!

I made a mistake…

As you segested the correct number is “72f”:

-Nominal Capacity: 702.83 MB (79m 59s 72f / LBA: 359847

So you think that this are “Regular old” Taiyo-Yuden
48x CDRs?

Are there any differences between this “Regular old”
and the “newest” Taiyo-Yudens or Fuji ones ?

Are this to old or bad media for my Liteons drives
40x12x48x and 48x24x48x?

I also had visit the Fujifilm Media site, but dont find
any FUJIFILM PRODUCT CODE: 25301441 ?

Thanks for all your help

Regards

Bosco


#4

TY only makes one CDR, and your’s is the current one. They should work fine for you.


#5

Thanks again for your info…

Since I never had used Taiyo-Yuden CDRs,
I would like to know how good are these TY?

Also, which’s the best speed (slow or fast) to burn with these TY on my Liteon 40x12x48x/48x24x48x drives, for normal data and for audio CDs.

Thanks in advance!!!

All the Best

Bosco


#6

They are abundantly tested in several threads here. Have a look at this one.


#7

Just bought some of the same Fuji CD-Rs. They are in the same slim cases and all. Mine are 48x compatible media and are typical high quality media from Taiyo Yuden.


#8

Since rdgrimes mentioned:

“If so, it’s regular old TY 48x media”

“TY only makes one CDR, and your’s is the current one. They should work fine for you.”


I really would like to know if there is only ONE 48x Taiyo-Yuden CDR?

Differences between the called “Regular-Old” and Newest ones?

Are this Fuji 48x, Old or New “high quality media from Taiyo Yuden” ?

Thanks in advance

All the Best,

Bosco