i have some questions about my CD-R's:
First of all, i've been using verbs for PSX backups for a looong time now (Verbatim 1-16x Metal AZO discs - deep dark blue) and i recently went to buy some more, however the only verbatims now available are 1-24x Super AZO discs with a LIGHT blue/green back, and the discs look lower-grade. They ARE made by Mitsubishi, but the printable surface looks grainy, and so far i've had mixed results with a VERY good iomega 4x4x24 (even the lower quality CD-R's burn well with this drive).
I'm wondering - are these new Super AZO discs (which cost more) inferior to the old Metal Azo's?
Them being 700mb should have no effect, my writer's done 700mb cd's perfectly before...
Does anyone here know where to get HIGH quality CD-R's in New Zealand???
SONY Corp. CD-R's - are they good? or bad? or..?
made by Sony Corp, lightish blue/green back - they LOOK like very well made discs unlike some).
edit 4th question: are RiTeK made TDK's any good? I have a couple of packs of them.
any answers would be greatly appreciated, thx
i can't seem to get any Taiyo Yuden discs - my best bets for quality before were Kodak (which are hard to find now aswell) and Verbatim (which i hear have gone sour nowadays).
Should i continue to buy these 24x SUPER AZO discs?
i really loved the deep blue of the old verbs.. ='(