'Blu-spec CD' technology from Sony? 2008-11-06 12:53:41 QuoteTechnical characteristics, BD is used in the "Blue Laser Diode (BLD)" and the introduction of cutting, BD has been developed as a material for the adoption of two polycarbonate polymer. From short-wavelength blue laser by the use of the fine extreme processing has been realized. In addition, the adoption of semiconductor laser, cutting machines to improve the efficiency of the cooling fans by eliminating vibration. Can achieve accurate cutting. In addition, the use of polycarbonate polymers, to reduce JITTANOIZU. Stampa (master mold) was carved into the pit by a polycarbonate by accurate transcription, to eliminate jitter, the quality of the master tape.http://188.8.131.52/translate_c?hl=en&...lujyRKyKiFcQRhg QuoteSony has decided to offer yet another technology that can, according to the firm, improve quality of conventional audio CDs. Sales of audio CDs have been declining for several years now since they cannot offer much higher sound quality compared to MP3 records sold by online stores like Amazon or iTunes...The Blu-spec CD uses blue laser instead of infra-red laser for recording, which automatically means more accurate data pits, which causes less distortion in the optical read-out process. According to Sony, this should improve quality of audio even on already available CD players.http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/multimedia/di..._Recording.html Well, what do you think about this Blue-spec CD??? Is this one of those marketing-driven HDCD technology?