The images below display examples of this.
The same applies when you burn dvd+r discs, though it's not quite so noticable.
It makes sense that this happends because a cd is potical media and by writing data to it you're chaning it's optical properties so it will appear somewhat different upon viewing.
But recently I burnt some files to cd-r. There was no noticable coout change at all. Anyone else noticed this? Why would cd-r discs not display the colour change that other types do?
Edited by rp88, 25 February 2016 - 03:25 PM.