New products: Media, mastering, replication & packaging

March 1999
EMedia Professional;Mar1999, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p20
Academic Journal
Provides information on new products introduced for media, mastering, replication and packaging in March 1999. Information on HR 100, a compact disc (CD)-R Digital Audio disc from Philips Consumer Electronics North America; Details on pre-designed multimedia packages for media-product producers from Brookdale Plastics.


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