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Postby wicked1 on Sun Feb 01, 2004 8:56 pm

I was wondering if anyone knew where to get the discs that yamaha used to reccomend or at least something close thats not insanely priced? I have been using MCC as they are the darkest ones that I have and they look nice but would like to see what the drive is really capable of.
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Postby aviationwiz on Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:15 pm

I hear it works well on TY...
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Postby Ian on Sun Feb 01, 2004 9:35 pm

TY is still too light. If you can get a hold of some of the older MCC discs with the darker AZO dye, it looks really nice.
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Postby dolphinius_rex on Sun Feb 01, 2004 11:01 pm

reminds me of when I was in A&B sound and heard a sales rep recommending CMC made (Phthalocyanine) discs for a Yamaha CRW-F1.... I nearly smacked the guy, before asking the customer if they were for T@2ing. When he said they were, I recommended the only blue bottomed media in the store... unfortunatly Princo. I did however tell the guy to look for Verbatim Datalife Plus, which is what Yamaha had originally recommended for the procedure (or at least the dark Azo dye).
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Postby RJW on Mon Feb 02, 2004 7:55 am

For people in Europe living in Germany or in surrounding countries.
Check the following store for verbatim metal azo media - only 650 mb version but there price is quite okay.

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Postby hoxlund on Mon Feb 02, 2004 12:36 pm

the verbatim datalife plus's are what came with the drive, like the 1 cd-r and 1 cd-rw for testing

and yes those show up the best and the quality is pretty good

but aviationwiz is right, on my TY discs it shows up great just the same
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Postby MediumRare on Mon Feb 02, 2004 7:17 pm

I think the vinyl disks offered by Verbatim also use the dark blue Azo dye. I don't know if these are still readily available in N.A. (I've never seen them here in Frankfurt).

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Postby RJW on Tue Feb 03, 2004 8:00 am

Yes verbatim vinyl disc's use also old Metal AZo dye but these disc's are not so nice priced.
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