Mitsubishi Green Tune CD-R

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#1

http://dvd-r.jpn.org/gt/index.html

Only 10,000 discs made. Um… :confused: :rolleyes:


#2

Found this: http://www.m-kagaku.co.jp/english/newsreleases/2005/20051024-1.html


#3

Nuh-uh! I’ll betcha anything this is just a joke from the CD-R manufacturers being played on those folks who used to “green marker” their CDs thinking that would make 'em “sound better”.


#4

Same discs sold here 2 years ago,with Plasmon MID made in Greece or Italy or Germany.


#5

Nice to see that some high quality CD-Rs are still produced and that they are available for normal folks to buy. Many high quality media are not available for normal users like in the older days when professional grade was available at any store (TDK 63 min or TY PS master discs etc to name a few). Only thing that bothers me is that these are MITs and not MIJ or Made in Singapore…

PS. Two Degrees 10万 is not 10,000 it is 100,000.


#6

Now available in the US:
http://www.rmgi-usa.com/greentune.html

My local media shop had some in stock so I picked up one disc (the things are like $5!).


#7

Shame we don’t see these sort of disc’s in the uk, well at least i have never seen any.


#8

They sure are expensive! Are they worth it? Can anybody test one or should order a 10pk and let the moderators test them?:frowning:

http://www.encoredataproducts.com/RMG-Green-Tune-Professional-Mastering-74-Min.-CD-R-10-Pack-p-1063.html


#9

[QUOTE=JASTECH;1949510]They sure are expensive! Are they worth it? Can anybody test one or should order a 10pk and let the moderators test them?:frowning:

http://www.encoredataproducts.com/RMG-Green-Tune-Professional-Mastering-74-Min.-CD-R-10-Pack-p-1063.html[/QUOTE]

I say use TY’s.