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100 Taiyo Yuden/JVC 52X CDR (CD-R) 80min 700MB Shiny Silver in Cake Box

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  • Silver Shiny Surface for Thermal or Silk Screen Print
  • Cyanine Recording Dye
  • The best combination of price, quality & consistency
  • Ideal for silkscreening
  • The choice of audio professionals
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Taiyo Yuden/JVC
  • Model: CDR80ZZ100SBZM
  • Removable Storage: CD-R
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
  • Write Speed: 52x
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00065DGYQ
  • Item model number: CDR80ZZ100SBZM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 17, 2005

Product Description

The only discs still made in Japan, these have a silver lacquer CD-R top surface and Taiyo's own Cyanine (green/blue) dye recording surface. It has a maximum recording speed of 52x and is packaged in 100 pc cake box/spindles. Developed to be silk screened or printed with a thermal printer, this disc is compatible with the Rimage Prism and the Primera Inscripta disc printers. This Taiyo Yuden CD-R was NOT designed for thermal retransfer printing like that of the Rimage Everest or TEAC P-55. Simply put, Taiyo Yuden CD-Rs are the best Blank CD-Recordable there are. Taiyo Yuden made the first CD-R disc working with Sony and Phillips to make the dye which would store the data on the CD-R. Each disc is still made in Japan; in fact they are the only company in Japan that still makes CD-R, so if you see a "Made in Japan" on any CD-R disc, be it a Sony, Fuji or Imation, you know it's made by Taiyo Yuden.

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Customer Reviews

The product has been very good and the life expectancy of the item is excellent.
Lee Holland
I called the company that made the recorder and they said to use the Taiyo Yuden/JVC CD's as they are the best ones.
N. Ketch
I love these discs... I'm nearly half way through this 100 pack and not one failure yet!
Carboncat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

76 of 80 people found the following review helpful By H. Kidder on August 14, 2007
I just found out that there is a grade-a and grade-b when it comes to the silver thermal cdr's. I purchased 2 100 count cake boxes from a vendor I won't mention and just about all of them have air bubbles in the thermal layer coating. We'll I contacted Taiyo Yuden and gave them the 7 digit lot number on the hub. Guess what, these are not their grade-a product but something by Valuebrand/Microboards!! Same packaging and smell (Taiyo Yuden is supposed to smell like peaches I read somewhere) anyway please before purchasing Taiyo Yuden inquire as to the grade and ask if they have a 13 digit lot number, this will indicate grade-a. I was informed by Media Supply that they only sell grade-a unless requested. I have purchased from them before and they had 13 digit lot numbers and no air bubbles. But of course I wanted to find a cheaper price and purchased from another vendor. Bad mistake.
Why would Taiyo Yuden impune their reputation with a grade-b product? It's like a game on how to confuse the customer.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Black Hole Gang on December 2, 2011
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A different offering than this one, also from Media Supply, is the "A grade line" (Item # JCDR-ZZSB - this one here is the B grade product. There is no difference in description except the item number, and so I had to call the vendor to find out for sure. I mistakenly bought this item last time I purchased blank discs, based on another review here, and thought I had the right ones because it had the recommended # of digits on the label; however, the better quality disc is just a few dollars more and that is what I will buy from now on. While I had no trouble with the B grade discs I purchased, and the rep told me there's not much difference there is SOME difference. For me, it's worth a couple of bucks to avoid bubbles in the coating or other defects. Neither one of these is archive quality, though - MAMA or Verbatim Gold is much more money if that's what you want.
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Taiyo-Yuden is made in Japan with the same care and quality of a Honda or Lexus. They are also one of the first producers of digital-optical discs, and it shows.

The compatibility of this media has been perfect! I have bought TONS of blank-media over the years and I have always been used to the fact that some of the media will be flawed or will have recording errors. I throw the disc away and cross my fingers hoping the next disc will be okay. Sometimes, a different brand disc will work fine on all my equipment, but not on a friends. Again, with Taiyo-Yuden, this has never been the case. T.Y. discs have ALWAYS worked on any equipment my friends, family, or myself have ever tried them in.

I have NEVER had flawed discs or recordings on Taiyo-Yuden products. And if you can sacrifice the silk-screened label showing off the brand name and allowing you to label your discs in a perfectly straight manner (I do admit this is one of the reasons the product received only four stars, I guess I am just an O.C.D.-case perfectionist and a show-off), MAKE THIS BRAND ONE OF YOUR FIRST CHOICES! The cost of this unbranded media saves you money and gives you more value. Ironically, this makes it one of the CHEAPEST choices as well. Also, the blank face of the disc allows those of you who like to, like me, use colored Sharpies to decorate the discs (Hint: a pretty, hand-decorated mix-CD often gets even better results, when given to "someone special," than a hand-written card or letter!).

As far as a difference you can hear: the audio-quality of these discs in high-end CD-players is very good, as it is in my after-market car stereo (built for sound-quality, not a "look at me" boom-boom system), and every other audio system I play them in!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Radiskull on November 20, 2008
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They're pretty decent quality blank CD's. I've had no problems. Just remember both sides of the CD's are silver. With no letters on the CD's what so ever. Just plain blank media with no company name, or CD's type or length etc...
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By karaoke on January 15, 2007
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I bought these CDRs for making copies of CD+Gs for karaoke. CD+Gs can be very picky on quality and Taiyo Yuden works the best for me for this purpose. The copies will play in a lot more different karaoke players than other brands. I am very pleased with them. The only problem I had was the way the box was packed for shipment. The spindles were broken and one cakebox cracked, but the disks were not damaged.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Hink on March 24, 2007
It's a serious charge to suggest that these are "fakes". I wouldn't judge simply by what you expect to see written on the hub. It's easy to download a freeware program that will scan a blank disc and tell you all the details about it and it's manufacturer. Please do a legitimate test of them before you make that charge. I am more inclined to suspect a compatibility issue with your equipment.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Nolan VINE VOICE on June 6, 2010
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As the years have gone by, my car stereo has gotten more and more picky about its media. At this point, it will play only about 30% of regular factory-pressed music CDs and less than 20% of CDR-s I record on non Taio Yuden blanks.

This didn't use to be a big problem because I could read the "made in" labels on CD-Rs at the store. If it said "made in Japan" then it was invariably made by Taio Yuden regardless of whether the "brand" was Sony, Fuji or whatever. In the last year or so it has become very uncommon to be able to find a batch of "made in Japan" CD-Rs anymore however.

I've burned 4 or 5 from this pack of 100 already, and my stereo has been happy with each one.
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