Note that kodak doesn't make gold disks anymore - only the new silver alloy
ones or something.
I think Quantegy may still make them?
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> Subject: Re: filmscanners: Burning CD's
> > One thing it says, is that the green CD-R's are the worst
> > when it comes to compatibility with DVD drives as well as other CD
> > drives..
> IIRC the dyes use two colors together. It's not green that is the
> worst, but
> blue/green. Kodak uses gold/green, which is fairly stable. I've had better
> luck with Kodak InfoGuard discs than any others, but note that
> Kodak now has
> a cheaper line also. The Kodaks are $1.50-$2 per disc, much more expensive
> than others, but I guess you get what you pay for. TANSTAAFL.
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