JVC has a long history of providing consistent quality in their recordable discs. After merging with Taiyo-Yuden, they have maintained the same high level attributes that made them the go-to brand. They have pioneered recordable CD, DVD and Blu-ray technology and this is no exception. Manufactured in Japan, the JVC BD-R discs are quality.
One of the biggest players in the world of optical storage is JVC Advanced Media. Their discs were sold in the US under the brand name Taiyo Yuden until 2010 when the company transitioned to its current moniker. Both Taiyo Yuden and JVC Advanced Media are known for the high quality of their recordable CD [...]
Taiyo Yuden is a pioneer in terms of setting the highest standards for recordable CDs and DVDs. When the company joined forces less than two years ago with the JVC brand, many users who had fallen in love with Taiyo Yuden discs were not quite sure how the shift affected them. Would they be getting [...]
In the disc publishing industry, Taiyo Yuden has long been regarded as the King of Inkjet Printable Media. For years, their WaterShield-coated CD and DVD discs stood alone as the best choice for burn and print quality. Now, all bets are off as Verbatim has pulled an Ace from their sleeve – an AquaAce! At [...]
Sir Issac Newton famously stated that “every action has an equal and opposite reaction” in his laws of motion. The same is true of the optical media market. In this case, an action – such as the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami – has had a huge impact on the lives of Japan and its citizens. [...]