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Re: [ARSCLIST] Recommended CD-R's

I think this is an overstatement.  I agree that you can't go by reputation and price alone.  You have to do some measurement to establish what quality you are getting from your burner / media interaction.  However, this can be achieved without writer calibration by getting a CD analyzer.  There are a few out there.  I have used a Clover Systems QA-101 for 8 years now and am very happy with it.


>>Hence, to summarise the paper - if you can't 
afford to have your burner calibrated, you can't 
afford long term storage on optical disks (access 
copies is a whole different matter).

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