[QUOTE=JHow77;2777953]If you’re looking for an elaboration on the benefits, a perfect example would be an old 12-disc Pioneer car CD changer that a friend of mine owned, and it became so faulty (dirty I assume) that no CDs would play. Either they wouldn’t play or they would skip if you breathed on it.
Around this time was when I first picked up my Yamaha CRW-F1, burned an audio master, and on an MAM gold on gold disc, and it played perfectly on his 12-disc changer. He never had an issues with that disc.[/QUOTE]
THX for the info,but goin’ up from this, wouldn’t it also be possible that the reflective ‘gold’ layer and the slow burning speed (better engraved pits and lands) really did the trick,instead of the longer pits and lands ?