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If you are making a copy ... logically, there is no conversi ... Rar1
There shouldn't be data loss at the higher burning speeds, b ... Ghostrider45
I have old teac burner. and i hate it but i do notice a diff ... Deluxe
In general the lower the speed, the better the copy. i woul ... John_l
If you dip it into the 99%alcohol you'll burn it much faster ... Marakanetz
My liteon cd burner's lowest speed is 4x. Roy2001
Check out a few online reviews for data cd-rs; i assume that ... Audaibnjad
There have been several posts about this topic in the past; and it might be worthwhile to look them up. I own a commercial media duplication company and we've not only copied thousands of CDs and CD-ROMs, but even more DVDs. Generally speaking, slower burn speeds equal cleaner results. I duplicate most of my personal discs at 2X speed on a dual well Marantz professional CD recorder, and have never had a disc that didn't sound great. As for media types, we have used a lot of Maxell, Mitsui, and Sony CD-Rs with good results. Though we mostly use commercial grade discs; we've consumer stuff in a pich with good results.
As discussed above, don't waste your money on "cheapie" CD-Rs. Many are rejects from major disc makers that didn't pass quality control at the factory. Good luck!
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Don't know about music, but i had to burn .net at 2x speed. ... Marakanetz
After a while i've burned quite a number of cds from differe ... Marakanetz
Marakanetz - i had bad copies using 8x dvd burner on 16x dvd ... Kijanki