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CD-R's - Quality, brands, burning speeds etc.

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Sup guys,

Just had a couple of questions about burning cd's from my new ibook.

Recently I burnt some of my originals (because I hate thrashing the originals) and I used some audio specific Imation CD-R's. When I played and compared them to my originals I noticed that the bass was nowhere near as good as the originals. Is this because of the brand of the CD-R? or do I need to change settings in itunes? or is it something else that I should be doing to get a better quality copy? does buring speed effect the quality? any brands of CD-R that you could reccommend?

any help would be great, thanks in advance.

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