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Sony 50CRM80RS CD-R Audio 50 pk Spindle

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  • CD-R Music media combines the pristine sound of Compact Disc with the ability to play on home, car and portable CD players
  • Each CD-R holds up to 80 minutes of music for continuous recording and listening enjoyment
  • 50-Ct Spindle
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: 50CRM80RS
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
  • Media Type: CD-R
  • Size Name: 80min
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 3.8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0002ZDIKW
  • Item model number: 50CRM80RS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (315 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 29, 2005

Product Description

Designed expressly for music or audio recording, Sony CD-R music discs provide the excellent sound quality of pre-recorded compact discs, and the ability to hear them on conventional home, auto and portable CD players. Sony CD-R music discs record digital music and audio in the standard compact disc 16-bit, 44.1kHz format. Each CD-R holds up to 80 minutes of music for continuous recording and listening enjoyment.

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Customer Reviews

I don't know the solution but this packaging doesn't work on this product.
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I was having trouble finding these at local retailers in my area so I'm very grateful.
Martinez Hillard
I used these to record vinyl albums to a CD so I could listen to some great old music.
F. Holdren

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

137 of 143 people found the following review helpful By Squire Jaco on June 25, 2007
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This is my first ever review of a product that is not a recorded cd. But these BLANK music cd's from Sony so impressed me that I had to give them due credit.

I've burned hundreds (and I mean well over a thousand!) cd's over the past five years on my Philips CDR-775. I always felt a little ripped off when the first few cd's from any one package could not be read by my burner, and I always suspected that part of the problem was the way the cashier would run the cd's over their magnetic deactivator (whatever the technical term is!) to disable the anti-shoplifting EAS tag typically attached to the top cover of the blank cd container. I thought that maybe that process was also rendering the top few cd's incapable of being read or initialized. I've been told that that theory is invalid...but I'm not convinced.

In the past, I've had pretty good luck with Sony and Maxell brand music cd's, and lesser luck with Memorex and generic store brands. I recently had a couple packages of Memorex music cd's that I bought at different local music stores, and at least half of the cd's were useless in both packages. (My son is able to use them for burning music on our computer, so not a total loss.) I actually started to wonder if it was my aging Philips burner that was the problem; I mean, I have given it quite a workout the past few years! So to try something different, I've recently begun ordering these Sony music cd's online from Amazon; the brand served me well in the past, and I figured that I wouldn't have to deal with the possibility of a cashier de-magnetizing the first few cd's of a new package since it was coming from an online store - no store security device to deactivate...

EUREKA!
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55 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Jason P. on January 8, 2009
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I just got my CDs in the mail today; they were manufactured in Taiwan [50CRM80RS], not in Japan [50CRM80LS2]. I plan to use these discs, but they will be the last not-made-in-Japan blank CDs that I will ever buy. Sony has clearly discontinued the Japanese-made CDs with the red packaging (as a lack of price on their website for it will indicate), as all I see in the stores now are the purple packaging that I got in the mail. I was expecting the red set with this order, and did not get it.

The facts are simple; compact discs made in China, Taiwan, Malaysia or any Asian country besides Japan are inferior to the Japanese made discs, which, without exception, are manufactured by Taiyo Yuden, the company responsible for inventing the CD-R. Granted, I've written in Sharpie on all of my discs, so they're probably all doomed anyway, but still.

I suspect that the RIAA is behind this decision, forcing those who manufacture CDs for America to only use non-Japanese manufacturers who make inferior product, but that's my own paranoia speaking.

BUY TAIYO YUDEN! These CDs made in other countries by other manufacturers will work, and they'll do what you need them to do, but I do not believe they're guaranteed the lifespan that Taiyo Yudens have.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Mikey Mike on March 8, 2011
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These are the original "digital" CDA type disks that's required for home CD recorders (due to digital rights management stuff from the recording industry).
Most CD-R will not record/burn in your home stereo system CD recorder if it does not have the "DIGITAL AUDIO" as part of the CD-R logo. These will work in your home recorder units & your PC. Most people burn CDs now with their computer so they do not need to buy "digital audio" logo CDs. BUT for those of you who bought CD recorders (Teac, Pioneer, Panasonic, RCA, etc.) a few years ago, you must use this format. No other format will work that I know about. So far I've had no problem recording with these.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Orme on November 26, 2010
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The title says it all. Place one of these in a laptop tray, spin by hand, and see a spindle hole that is 1mm-2mm out of center. Burning at anything other than very slow speeds shakes the machine dangerously. Stick with Taiyo Yuden brand if you can (any "Made in Japan" discs as they are the only Japanese manufacturer left). I subsequently purchased Maxell CD-R (Photo) Pro Series With Spindle, 700MB/80 Minutes, Pack Of 25 and Memorex 97998 100 Pack Cool Color 52X CD-R Spindle, and both work very well (both made in China). Stick with "Ships from and sold by Amazon.com." to make returns easy.

I have written to the seller, and will post a follow up on how they handle the situation. Sold by J&R Music and Computer World dba NYC Electronics
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By PETER T. on August 25, 2010
I've bought this blank audio cds from Costco. Try to burn them from my Itune music library, I've burnt 12 cds, only 2 of them works, the rest 10 went bad, and no longer usuable.

I've burnt 1000 cds in the past before with several brands, few went bad, but not this ratio of failure like this Sony cds.

One star is too much actually.

Save your money, and buy other brands.
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40 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Craig Fenton on July 6, 2007
As the author of the Jefferson Airplane book "Take Me To A Circus Tent" and a former radio disc-jockey, I am often asked to write and or discuss various recordings from the 60's and 70's. Sometimes as a person that has worked in electronic stores my thoughts are requested on recording equipment and electronics.

Sony CDR 80-Minute Music Spindle - 50-pk.

Sony has been ultra reliable for me as a recording medium for blank CDR's. I have used a substantial amount over the years for both data and pictures.

The CD's have held up well and there have been very little that were defective right out of the package. While the quality control is a shade below the Fuji from Japan, in no way should Sony be considered a poor second choice.

For maximum shelf life the recorded CD's should be in jewel cases and not in paper sleeves. If you are into making your own labels make sure to use the better quality paper. The inferior thin labels not only will curl up before they are placed on the CD but the glue will actually get into the CD itself. Many defective CD's are not the fault of the manufacturer but the consumer not using best judgment.

Enjoy the music and be well,
Craig Fenton
Author of the Jefferson Airplane book "Take Me To A Circus Tent"
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