Jonathan Hull masterr at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 20:18:01 CST 2008

I generally have the best luck with Ritek/Ridata and Verbatim. I've
only run into one drive (old iMac G4) that could not read
Ritek/Ridata, and I don't remember a drive that couldn't read
Verbatim. And no drive has not been able to burn either.

Thats for CD-R and DVD+-R though. Don't do much with RW however...


On Jan 27, 2008 7:15 PM, Kristian Erik Hermansen
<kristian.hermansen at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 27, 2008 3:55 PM, scs at worldlinkisp.com <scs at worldlinkisp.com> wrote:
> > Has/is anyone experiencing problems with cdrw high
> > speed media (above x4)?
> Yes.  However, I have never had issues with Verbatim media at any
> speed.  Verbatim is the highest quality media you can buy and almost
> always works due to the special formula, which is only implement by
> one other media manufacturer (AFAIK).  A long debate came up about
> this on another mailing list and everyone seemed to agree on Verbatim
> being the highest quality media.  In fact, Verbatim 24x CD-RW media
> was the only high speed media that actually worked in two different
> cars that I have owned.  10x and 16x CD-RW media that I have tried,
> although successfully burnt, may not play properly or will have
> errors.  Verbatim 24x CD-RW worked flawlessly.  I think many consider
> this common knowledge in certain arenas...
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