In article <48617e50$0$5021$607ed...@cv.net>,
"Norman M. Schwartz" <n...@optonline.net> wrote:
> Richard S. Sandmeyer wrote:Thanks. I looked for the lettering on the inner ring that Steve de Mena
> >>> On 2008-06-24 06:28:00 +0200, Steve de Mena <st...@stevedemena.com>
> >>>> I received a new Nimbus CD release this week (Britten's "Albert
> >>> Makes me wonder, though, all the early predictions that CDs had
> > As for the comment about Lyrita using CD-Rs, that isn't true of all of
> You could download one of the several free CD-R identifying tools. I often
mentioned in an earlier reply, and the Lyrita disc in question is indeed
a CD-R. The quality of the labeling and the fact that it had a silver
color just like a standard pressed CD was enough to keep me from
suspecting. The older CD-Rs, such as some I have from Arkiv Music, had
a blue color that made them impossible not to notice.
Actually, I have no objection to a CD-R so long as its life expectancy
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