As I understand it, in the past TY used a different cakebox with a screw top. On ebay I sawn an auction for some TDK CD-Rs that have that same style spindle. I was wondering if anyone could confirm if they have bought any TY sold as TDK in the same cakeboxes.
they look it to me but u need the hub code to be sure and im tempted to bid on them myself
I guess it’s really not that big of a deal as TY CD-Rs are still readily available under the Fujifilm brand, but there’s the mindset that older media was better…
if u look at his other items i think youll see hes selling Fujifilms too
Yeah, but that’s in regard to DVDs. A TY CD-R is a TY CD-R is a TY CD-R…
Why waste time with eBay when you can just get them at K-Mart or elsewhere?
Those are the older TY CDRs, originally 24x rated and later up-rated to 32x. They are fine discs, but are virtually identical to the current “audio” and “multi-use” TY’s.
My concern with this case is wondering what they have been through in the past 3 years. I wouldn’t bother with them. But yes, most all TY of this vintage had the screw-on top nut, and TDK sold a lot of them.
110% agree older media was better
because I’m still looking for older media everywhere
You could just buy it for the extra fun
Although the big question would be the storage conditions, as CDan mentioned.
Speaking of older media on auctions…http://page4.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/d73028056
Undoubtedly TYG01. Technically I could buy them, but it would be way too cost prohibitive.