Hello to all. I’ve just registered. I live in Brazil and finding good cd-r’s (Taiyo Yuden, TDK) here these days is impossible.
So we have to stick to our domestic manufacturer B[/B] which makes brazilian EMTEC cd-r’s. VIDEOLAR claims their cd-r’s are the best here, made of MAKROLON a substance said to be unaffected by extreme temperature and humidity fluctuations.
We can use the HP cd-r’s all made in TAIWAN which are easily found along with other Chinese and Hong-Kong brands/manufactures.
I would like to have your help concerning 3 things:
What’s your opinion about the brazilian EMTEC cd-r’s made of MAKROLON by VIDEOLAR in terms of longevity, storing important data and data deterioration.
The brazilian EMTEC VIDEOLAR-MADE cd-r’s had their “label” surface slightly yellowish (like Sony or TDK blank cd’s). Some of my old EMTEC cd-r’s are now turning into a heavy brownish-yellow colour (although the data is ok). What is this? Does this mean I’ll lose the data?
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=3]What’s your opinion about the HP cd-r’s made in TAIWAN
in terms of longevity, storing important data and data deterioration?
Thanks to all for your informations and have a wonderful 2013