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Jsegura
post Tue 4 Jul 2006, 20:57
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Which is the best CD-R to mastering? HHB Gold, Apogee Gold, Another one.... I want to know your opinion.

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post Wed 5 Jul 2006, 11:39
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post Fri 14 Jul 2006, 16:31
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QUOTE (Jsegura @ Tue 4 Jul 2006, 12:57) *
Which is the best CD-R to mastering? HHB Gold, Apogee Gold, Another one.... I want to know your opinion.

Thanks.



Actually it's spelled Taiyo Yuden. I've been using their product for almost 10-years without issue. The only other one is Mitsui. Between these two, they make almost everyone else's product.


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