MAMe (ex Mitsui Europe) now produces for Emtec?

MAMe (ex Mitsui Europe) now produces for Emtec ?

New 48x CDR (like : http://products.emtec-group.com/en/en/Consumer_Media/Burning_Writing/Cd-R_Rw_Data/Cd-R_Super_Resistant_Ceramguard/ ) is made in France !

Anyone try them ? or any comment…
Cost slim case-package of 10 -8euro…too much (but in small consumer market country -Greece - unless 25disc spindle Samsung-Prodisc 40x costs 9 euro. )

The EMTECs I’ve got here are Moser Baer

ATIP: 97m 17s 06f
Disc Manufacturer: Moser Baer India Ltd.
Reflective layer: Dye (Short strategy; e.g. Phthalocyanine)
Media type: CD-Recordable
Recording Speeds: min. unknown - max. unknown
nominal Capacity: 702.83MB (79m 59s 74f / LBA: 359849)

Disc Type, Material = CD-R, Phthalocyanine
ATIP Lead-in = 97m 17s 06f
Norminal Capacity = 702.83MB (79m 59s 74f)
Disc Manufacturer maybe = MoserBaer,India
SMART-BURN Speed Limit = 40X

You can buy them in the cdfreaks shop, they’re pretty cheap.
And there are of reasonable quality. But I still stick with my TDK’s
for 48x writing.

“But I still stick with my TDK’s for 48x writing.”

Which one Ritek ,TDK original OEM or CMC or older TY ?

They used to be made awhile ago by Media Masters (in France as well BTW), maybe they still are. Like TDK (now) they change as and when they feel like it.

I wouldn’t assume thank Emtec-Basf will be selling REAL Mitsui’s (the best IMHO)

New Emtec’s spindle of 25 CDRS -48x - like follow link- are “made in Italy” costs ~ 13 euro…

http://products.emtec-group.com/gb/en/Consumer_Media/Burning_Writing/Cd-R_Rw_Data/CD-R_High_Performance_Spindle/

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
New Emtec’s spindle of 25 CDRS -48x - like follow link- are “made in Italy” costs ~ 13 euro…

That’s exactly how mine, “made in India”, looked like, which I bought for more than half a year ago.

It would give much more info, if you could post the CDRs’ ATIP.

Sorry ,can’t buy these one,too expensive…since now use 20,5euro/50 Plextor(TY) CDRS…except If find same single piece CDR in jewel case (still “made in India” as i have seen…)