Recently, I picked up several spindles of Maxell CD-R Pro discs on clearance. Only after taking them home did I notice that the outer wrapper said Maxell PHOTO CD-R Pro. These were made in Japan (presumably by Taiyo Yuden) and the discs look identical to the regular CD-R Pro discs. I tried burning an audio CD using one, with successful results.
From what I’ve read, the “photo” CD-R Pro discs are inadvisable for standalone CD recorders, and may have a lower burn rate than the regular CD-R Pro discs, but is there any other reason I should NOT use them for music and/or audio?
Thanks in advance,