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Manufactured using proprietary, unique, dual-reflective layers, these discs maximize both compatibility and longevity. To further extend media life, UltraLife™ Gold Archival Grade CD-R’s contain a hard coating on the recording side to protect the surface from scratches. In proper environmental conditions, these discs are designed to last up to 100 years.

The specifications refer to “dual-reflective-layer technology” – will this CD hold twice as much as a regular CD-R?
No. In terms of storage capacity, the UltraLife™ Gold Archival Grade CD-R discs are single layer discs with 700MB, 80MIN storage capacity.
Why 2 layers? What purpose does each layer serve?
The highly reflective silver layer allows the Ultra-Life™ CD-R to look like a standard silver disc to CD drives and burners, providing a low initial error rate and the same drive read/write compatibility as standard silver-only discs. The gold reflective layer, naturally resistant to corrosion, prevents oxygen from corroding the silver reflective layer, a common factor in limiting the life of CD media.
Can I record over data on an UltraLife™ Gold CD-R?
No. Like other CD Recordable media, UltraLife™ Gold CD-R’s are designed for one-time recording.
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