In Regards to owning and using TDK CD-R discs over the years i have come across a significant problem in 2 of my spindles and would like to get some help reagrding this matter.
I originally started using the TDK CD-R GOLD 700/80 MultiSpeed Compatible discs which have worked fine for me.
I then switched over to the TDK CD-R80 (White) InkJet Printable Disc 700/80which have again worked fine for me, with a slight distinction such as a TDK Logo on the inner ring.
Is where the problem lies within this new generation disc’s.
They are the TDK ‘Life On Record’ CD-R80 (White) InkJet Printable Disc 700/80. These have a slight distinction with my number #2’s with no TDK Logo on the inner ring.
Now my problem lies with the number #3 disc’s that im using in as much as the recordable shiny surface side, which has on a number of disc’s within the spindle, leaving a sticky gluey effect when i place my thumb on the surface. This leaves my fingerprints on it real badly and leaves residue like grease when i wipe it with a disc repair cloth.
Where as on my #1 & #2 discs they have a real shiny smooth glass finish surface which leaves no finger prints at all when wiping with the same cloth.
These #3 disc’s also cause a static/click like sounds on playback mode of an audio disc recording that i made.
I used a combination of either slow to fast speed burns on Roxio EMC10 & Nero 18.104.22.168.
All discs complete successfully.
Im in limbo of understanding why these #3 type discs leave me with this problem of having to wipe the whole spindle individually to get a smooth glass like finish feel -=and=- also why so many cds in between fail on producing a quality audio disc with all that static like licking sounds on it. Which tend to come from only from the sticky greasy like residue left on the recordable surface.
Any one able to help me with this queery of mine?
Thanks in advance
Your trader friend