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Re: filmscanners: Burning CD's


Read my detailed discussion.  CD-RW do not use dyes.  They use a 
amorphous crystal layer.  Report from another subscriber is that they 
last 30 years, while the best CD-Rs can last 100 years.


Rob Geraghty wrote:

> I haven't heard anything definitive either, but logically CDRW disks would
> be *less* stable than CDR as the dyes are designed to be reset.
> Rob


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