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Why? Because the info layer is a non-risky substance, as opposed to the sunshine-sensitive natural dye utilized in CD/DVD-Rx and less expensive BD-R LTH (Low To High, darkish to bright).Besides physical damage, failure of the reflective layer, followed closely by degradation of the information layer, are the primary failure modes of all optically r… Read More


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