I’ve just bought 3pcs of TDK CD-RW (XA74) labeled specially for audio and ‘ensures compatibility’ with most recorders in the hope that my PSX can read it.
To my dissapointment, not only my PSX can’t even see it, the first time I burn it on a Yamaha CRW8424E turns out with ‘failed’ in Nero 5.5.10. Then I used a Sony 16x10x40 to burn it thinking maybe it’s a high-speed CD-RW so the older CRW8424E can’t write on it.
Well,it did burn ok,so I erase and reburn using the CRW8424E again to see if it can burn it coz the Sony reported the disk to only burn at 4x so it’s not an HS CD-RW and it burns ok this time,but,the burned disk can’t be read by either the Sony or the Yamaha.
I thought computer CD drives are most tolerant of media but both these burners simply can’t read it back!!!
These are expensive discs costs me the equivalent of US$2.50 a piece.
According to CDRIdentifier,it’s manufactured by Plasmon.
Anyone here had any experiences with these discs?
Plus,is there any CD-RW discs that can be read by a PSX?
Thanks for any input,