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HHB CDR74 Gold 74-Min CD-R in Jewel Case (10-Pack)

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HHB CDR74 GOLD DISCS The HHB CDR74 Gold is the first audio-optimised CDR disc, meaning it is spe...

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HHB CDR74 GOLD DISCS The HHB CDR74 Gold is the first audio-optimised CDR disc, meaning it is specifically designed for use in the single-speed writers used in professional audio CD recorders. It also uses a specially formulated phthalocyanine dye recording layer which reacts much more quickly and precisely to the laser, ensuring accurate pit position and length. This dye is also much more stable than conventional cyanine discs. These factors, combined with a unique protective coating which resists abrasions, results in a secure archival lifetime in excess of 100 years. Sold in pack of 10 discs.
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  • Verified Customer
    on 07 January 2013
    Have used these discs for reliable, quality archiving for years without any problems or gripes.
  • Verified Customer
    on 03 July 2012
    Product used for mastering recordings. With the amount of effort and cost involved in recording a CD, why would you compromise the results by using an inferior CD for mastering? The CDs will only be as good as the master so you cannot take any chances. These HHB Gold disks are superb.
  • Verified Customer
    on 07 June 2011
    i had problems getting a result on my old yamaha cdr1000 with cheap consumer cdr's-these single speed cdr's did the job first time,good quality too!
  • Verified Customer
    on 28 April 2011
    These HHB Gold discs have been around for a while now but I've yet to find anything which beats them for archiving. I don't do as much recording/restoring as I'd like now due to a nasty stroke forcing me into retirement but I am keen to preserve a lifetime's work. I only use small quantities at a time these days - typically 20 [...] I use them with HHB and Tascam recorders - and sometimes even in my PC optical drive recording at 8x