well that was my biggest worry after getting deep into this cd-geekdom (its great
But ya, definitely the longetivity. The LS media is pretty much the same media that other MBI stuff has except it has a different top layer that you can pretty up very well.
I have looked at Inkjet media...so really I'm going to shift over to some long-life stuff since I made this mistake. I suppose I can just keep the LS stuff I bought for personal and avoid unhappy customers
Any suggestions as to what you've found for Longest life?
I know that TY has the best "error rates" and on and on and on...CD Freaks seems to be extremely heavy in TY ratings so I wonder if there isn't bias without many of the supporters knowing the science and going only on C1's and PI's. I'd like the longest lifers mainly without going into expensive regions.
So far by the looks of it, Verbatim has the best stats other then TY but really I get lost in the life expentancy area since there is very hot debate and not alot of research (as far as the cd-freaks forum went). I actually came here because I tripped on a few posts by yourself and Dolphin and I was won to come over here to talk.