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Memorex 700MB/80-Minute 52x Data CD-R Media 50-Pack Spindle

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50 Discs
  • 50 recordable CD-R discs on a plastic spindle with dust cover
  • 700 MB of space
  • Store up to 80 minutes of audio
  • For use with 1X-52X speed
  • Record on computer CD writer
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Technical Details

Size: 50 Discs
  • Brand Name: Memorex
  • Model: 32024563
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
  • Media Type: CD-R, CD-R;
  • Size Name: 50 Discs
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Product Details

Size: 50 Discs
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 5.8 x 4 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000075UZ7
  • Item model number: 32024563
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 27, 2008

Product Description

Size: 50 Discs

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The Memorex CD-R is a write once, single sided disc. It provides 700 MB of space, which translates to eighty minutes of audio recording time. You can use this disc in 1x - 52x write speed compatible writers. Remember that you can use this disc only on a computer CD writer. A one-year warranty protects you against defects in the near term, while the discs' rated archival life of 70 to 100 years means you can rest easy about the future of your data.

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50 pack spindle

Product Description

The Memorex CD-R is a write once, single sided disc. It provides 700 MB of space, which translates to eighty minutes of audio recording time. You can use this disc in 1x - 52x write speed compatible writers. Remember that you can use this disc only on a computer CD writer. A one-year warranty protects you against defects in the near term, while the discs' rated archival life of 70 to 100 years means you can rest easy about the future of your data.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Maybe I just got a defective batch, but I won't buy Memorex CD-Rs again.
PhotoSynth
Memorex is the best brand for CD-R. Never had any problems whatsoever with their CD-R's.
Kira C.
Not one cd out of the 10 could burn properly, I had to trash every last one of them.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

138 of 144 people found the following review helpful By James Choma VINE VOICE on December 15, 2004
Size Name: 50 Discs
These CD-Rs will work with most systems. 95% of mine recorded just fine. The only problem I had was that over time, the white coating on the CD has started to peel off. This hasn't happened to all my discs, but a few of them have started to chip, causing problems with the playback.

In general, these are pretty good budget price CDs for everyday use. But if you're looking for something to save your songs or data for a long period of time, choose something else.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Bob Feeser TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 11, 2004
Size Name: 50 Discs Verified Purchase
The odd thing about CD-R's is that certain manufacturers work in come players, but not in others. When a tech friend first mentioned that to me, I didn't believe it. So here's how it works. I have a regular Kenwood CD player (this does not apply to newer players who are CD-R-RW capable) My Kenwood will accept Memorex CD-R discs without any glitches. Sony's on the other hand don't work.
My brother also has a Kenwood CD in his car, and oddly enough the Memorex don't work in his car, but the Sony's do. So even within the same manufacturer, not even the same discs work. So if you have an older player, that is designed to play regular CD's find your manufacturer that works with your player, and load up on them. For me the Memorex works great.

Another interesting thing is that my older CDRW drive had a max speed of 6X. Unless I set it to record at only 2X, it would have skips. The new technology is great. I bought a Lite On CDRW which is a 52x32x52x, and it records a full speed without a single skip. So buying discs that run at 52x is a dream. I record a whole album in such a little bit of time, I can't believe it.
I never have a skip or any kind of problem with these Memorex discs, and the price here at Amazon is great. So I highly recommend them.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Recorder on January 25, 2006
Size Name: 50 Discs
I have used Memorex in the past with no problems. I bought a couple 50 packs spindles and burned abour 20 of them with no problem. Then the next one failed at he beginning of recording, and the next and the next and the next. In all, I have had about 15 failures in a row on both my laptop and desktop computers. At first, I thought my burner went bad, but I tried some Fuji disks that I had (recording the same thing) and they worked every time. I can not record any music or data files on these Memorex disks. Even if Memorex would replace them, I want something I can trust.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mark #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2004
Size Name: 50 Discs
Read all of the reviews for these discs and you will have very mixed emotions. Some people love them to death. Others claim they produce too many failed burns. Still others claim they burn nice, but don't last. All of these observations are true to some degree.

These discs aren't the highest quality CD-Rs, and they're not the worst either. Successful burning depends on a lot more than just disc quality, including which software you use and what speed you have it set to. If you set it to 52X, I can guarantee you that you will have some failures. Slow down the recording! 48x or even 32x are both acceptable, and will yield less failures. Don't be duped because your drive says "52X" on the front of it. Trust me on this one.

I can say from personal experience that I have had some failures with these discs. But they are cheap for a reason. I have to give this package a 4 instead of just a 3 simply because they are so cheap. Out of the $10 spindle, I've probably had $1.40 worth of failures. It's still cheaper than buying better ones of the shelf.

For those who must have high fidelity and highly reliable recordings, this may not be the disc for you. Invest in the Maxell or the TDK, which I have had a little more luck with. For those who just want extra discs to do backups and copy CDs, these discs give a decent bang for the buck.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Melissa H. Blake on July 14, 2007
Size Name: 50 Discs
These blank cds were almost half off all the others. I just figured they were on sale and had no idea they were unloading a faulty product. They are terrible! I've wasted a lot of time burning these cds just to throw them out. About every 5th or 6th disk makes a playable cd.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By olantern on June 8, 2007
Size Name: 50 Discs Verified Purchase
these cds are good quality and most burn good. at times a couple out of a 50 pack may be bad but that is good compared to some other brands like hp where i had about 10 bad out of 50. i recommend these cds and i have been using them for quite awhile.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By tony on March 2, 2003
Size Name: 50 Discs
These cd-r's have been the best I have ever used. No matter if I am burning video, audio or storing any other kind of data, I have never had a problem with these. Imation, Sony and Maxell all have given by errors before, so I stick with Memorex. I have probably purchased more than 10 of these 50-packs in the last year alone.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Jongeling on May 31, 2003
Size Name: 50 Discs
Memorex is widely used and known by many people with access to CD Burners or CD drives. Memorex markets their CD-Rs at a very inexpensive price (with super mail in rebates to match, so you can get them sometimes at next to nothing), and they are also very reputable and trustworthy. I have not had a problem with Memorex yet.
I had mainly used memorex discs for trading live material from bands (the smashing pumpkins in general). Believe me, I have had more than enough time to try out every brand (one summer and over 1000 CDs worth of live material)...Imation, PNY, TDK, Maxell, Fuji-Film, Teon, Durabrand, Philips, No-Name Brand, everything. Among those, I would say that Memorex is one of the best I've used. The only brands I rank out memorex with is Fuji and TDK, because of the scratch resistant surface on those brands. I've used Memorex's blue-bottomed discs, as well as the green bottomed ones. My only complaint is that Memorex CD-Rs get scratched up quite easily. Besides that, this product would get a 5. Keep it up memorex, you're doing great!
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