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Re: [ARSCLIST] ARSCLIST Digest - 23 Oct 2006 to 24 Oct 2006 (#2006-290)

I agree, it's overstating it a bit, but I hoped to invoke some interest in reading the actual report!
However, using a Clover system does fall in line with what I'm trying to say - you find out your error rates and can act accordingly. And thanks for the link. The Clover homepage has some interesting reading, including the pricelist;-) showing that systems start at around $3,000.


Tommy Sjöberg

Centre for Swedish Folk Music and Jazz Research

 Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 08:29:32 -0400
From: Ganesh.Irelan@xxxxxxxx
 Subject: Re: Recomm! ended 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=20
 afford to have your burner calibrated, you can't=20
 afford long term storage on optical disks (access=20
 copies is a whole different matter).


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