If you want to try the Disc T@2 labeling, media with dark dye gives best results. Here is a summary of the various dye types and their suitability for DiscT@2:
- Phthalocyanine (as found in Imation/CMC, Memorex/CMC, TDK/Ritek, Maxell/Ritek, etc.) is very light and the T@2 label will be barely visible if at all.
- Cyanine (as found in Fuji/TY, Memorex/TY) is a little darker and will give somewhat better results.
- Super AZO (as found in the newer, faster Verbatim DataLife Plus discs) is yet a little darker still for yet a little better results.
- AZO (just plain AZO discs as found in the older, 16x or slower Verbatim DataLife Plus discs) is the darkest of all and will give the best results of all (in terms of T@2 readability). Yamaha sells AZO discs specifically branded as DiscT@2 media:
The Yamaha branded discs aren't cheap. If I were you, I would start out with that Fuji/TY 100-pack for $8 at Best Buy as linked by BuddhaTB.
<edited to improve readability and correct typo - I mistyped "ASO" when I intended to type "AZO".>