Taiyo Yuden is a Japanese company that supplies electronics and electrical products. This company is located in Ueno, Tokyo and Taito, helps the Pioneer to develop the recordable CD technology along with Sony and Philips. The first CD-R in the world was developed by Taiyo Yuden in the year 1988. Taiyo Yuden CDs are popular and well known for its durability. A joint venture of Sony Corporation and Taiyo Yuden Company resulted in the foundation of the START Lab Inc in 1989 for the recording of CD-R media business in Japan.
The Taiyo Yuden CDs were developed with a double density storage capacity of 1.3 gigabytes. CDs of other brands are simply outperformed by Taiyo Yuden Cds. Since, you cannot compare the accuracy and the high durability of the CDRs in various audio and data applications. The Inkjet printable disc of Taiyo Yuden with the brand name PrintWrite, will be soon switched to JVC. This type of disc is popular among the Primera inkjet CD printer users. Epson, Teac, Microboards Technology, Rimage and the many such manufacturers, recommend the Taiyo Yuden CDs for all the printer equipments they use.
Many of the professional disc duplication companies and the recording studios prefer the Taiyo Yuden CDs. A high degree of readability and playback compatibility can be achieved, when you use the Taiyo Yuden CDs. Hence, it has become the leader in producing blank CD-R with Grade A ranking.
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Taiyo Yuden CDs, the company is also good in producing CDs that are thermal and inkjet printable. The CD-R’s surface dries out faster thus, producing a crispest print quality. The company did not stop its invention with the matte surface but it went forward to release the water resistant new glossy CD that comes along with a Watershield. These Watershield blank CDs have extraordinary color brightness and print quality that cannot be achieved by any other manufacturers in the world.
The Thermal and Everest printable blank CDs have high surface durability and reliable print quality for the thermal printing and retransfer. These CDs hold up against the dye sublimation printing. If you research on the features of the