Originally posted by jmbrown
what good is it if only recognizes the manufacturer of the blank and not who the real disc manufacturer was or what dye was really used.
As for the dyes, it's simply impossible technologically to countrfeit a dye.
In short, there is no point in competiting the WW known giant CDR manufacturers.
There is no sense in building a serious and long-term business based on counterfeiting either.
So, you shouldn't have taken the info from cdrfaq.org for granted.
Despite all that, your question had its common sense and wasn't at all stupid. That's what I'm 100% sure about.
And to show you why it is so, just read my post [COLOR=darkblue]here, that hopefully will encourage you a little.
So, it's not as simple as if it were just in black and white.
Also read Disc Identification Code in my sig.[/COLOR]