Black cd-r's questions/comments

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EarlThePearl

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I hear that black cd's are more tolerant to scratching and what not. I'm planning to re-catalogue my mp3 collection upon the arrival of my mp3 changer for my car.

Has anybody seen black/silver cd's rated higher than 24X?

Any truth to the claim that black cd's are more tolerant to scratches?
 

Chopper

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Hi EarlThePearl and welcome to Tech Forums.

The highest ive seen black cdrs are 20X but there might be higher ones i dont now.

And yes i think they are more tolerant to scratches. Ive only ever used them for console games.

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Vnet

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yup they are more tolerant to scratches .... ive used em they are gr8.. reliable..
 

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well...i just threw in a black memorex cd that has never seen a case, been in my computer cabinet for a long time on the bottom of a stack of old cd's, in the right light you can see it scratched all the heck...and it's playin' in my cd-rom as i type this.....it's only 16x though...and now it's coming out because the music on it plain ol' sucks ass.
 
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