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The Bravo Archive-SeriesT Disc Publishers, now feature recordable drives and media from JVC Advanced Media. JVC Archival Grade DVD-R complies to the Optical Disc Archive Test ISO/1EC10995, which states that recorded data can be retained safely for more than 30 years under a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius andwith 50 percent relative humidity. JVC's Archival Grade DVD-R delivers longterm data retention by the use of the company's own specially-developed dye, which controls the initial writing error at low levels. The reflective layer was also specially developed for archival use and is designed to last the lifetime of the media. The media has a hard-coat surface similar to that of the latest BD-R media. Compared to JVC's standard DVD-R surface, the archival media is 200 times more scratch resistant, seven times more fingerprint resistant and 1,000 times more dust free.
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