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OT: Audio CD-R vs. Data CD-R

>luca wrote:
>> CDRs (for computers) cost less than Audio CDs.
>> I have been told this difference ( in Italy it is about 1/2  U.s. $ ) 
>is a
>> sort of tax that is payed to majors  or whatever because it is clear 
>> people uses the specific Audio Cd to duplicate music.

Audio CD-R vs. Data CD-R

I've seen this several times.  I don't understand why there's a 
difference.  I
can understand that a particular manufacturer might recommend using only
particular branded CD-Rs for recording, but I think that has to do with the
combination of dyes in the CD-R and recording technology (laser freq, 

I don't think there any inherent difference between an audio CD-R and a 
CD-R.  Check out http://www.fadden.com/cdrfaq/

Dennis Leas