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Verbatim Digital Vinyl 700 MB Multicolor CD-R Spindle 25 Discs 94488

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  • Pack of 25 CD-R discs with retro vinyl 45 rpm designs
  • Ideal for LP-to-CD recordings, digital music collections, and media presentations
  • Discs store 700 MB of information or 80 minutes of music
  • Rugged, reusable "cake box" spindle protects from dust and damage
  • Protected by special dual-layer coating for long-term storage; lifetime warranty

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Verbatim Digital Vinyl 700 MB Multicolor CD-R Spindle 25 Discs 94488 + Verbatim Slim CD and DVD Storage Cases - 50 Pack - 5 Assorted Colors 94178 + Verbatim 700 MB 52x 80 Minute Branded Recordable Disc CD-R, 50-Disc Spindle 94691
Price for all three: $36.01

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Verbatim
  • Model: 94488
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
  • Media Type: CD-R
  • Size Name: 700 MB CD-R
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 2.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00009WO51
  • Item model number: 94488
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 30, 2003

Product Description

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Verbatim appeals to folks who love the audio performance of CDs but fondly recall the funky aesthetics of vinyl with this quintet of CD-R discs. Digital Vinyl CD-Rs are modeled after 45 rpm singles, with grooved black circles surrounding album labels in the center. Despite the retro designs, the discs are still irrepressibly modern, offering the rugged quality and performance expected of Verbatim CD-R technology. The attention-getting discs are great for transferring delicate LP collections, making a standout business presentation, or simply burning your personal music mix. Each disc in this multicolor spindle stores up to 700 MB of data or 80 minutes of music, and delivers superior write performance and broad read compatibility thanks to Verbatim's patented Azo technology. The discs also come protected by a special dual-layer coating that safeguards data for years to come. Multicolor Digital Vinyl CD-R make it easy to color-match music genres, digital photo albums, and video clips.

What's in the Box
25 CD-R discs, "cake box" spindle, warranty card.

Product Description

Combining a groovy vinyl look with the rugged quality and performance of Verbatim CD-R technology comes Digital Vinyl CD-R, a recordable disc designed after the popular 45-rpm record format. Impossible to ignore, these attention-getters are a great way to save delicate LP collections, make a standout business presentation or simply burn your personal music mix. The 80min/700MB color-coded discs deliver superior write performance and broad read compatibility using Verbatim’s patented Azo technology. Each disc comes protected by a special dual-layer coating that safeguards data for years to come. So, get in the groove, with Verbatim Digital Vinyl CD-R.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

In fact, of the about 50 of these I have made so far, I have yet to make a coaster.
Susan Ann Kirkpatrick
If you are old enough to remember 45 RPM singles, this is a cute way to record your music onto CDs that look like those old 45s.
Joel Peskoff
The cool vinyl look is awesome, however like other people have mentioned it gives you very little room to label a disc.
Tracy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

53 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Nonesuch Explorers on June 4, 2005
I've been using these since they first came out with them. I've never had any trouble with them, and they look completely awesome. The only thing I didn't like was that the label had no place to write on so you had to kind of squeeze it in between things. Verbatim has now fixed this and there are two lines to write on. I am impressed both by the original classy-looking labels and the new ones that imitate old record labels of the mid-60s with brilliant colours and jazzy designs. I can't get enough of these and if they came down in price they'd be just about all I used. Verbatim's notion of making a CD-R that looked like an old 45 was brilliant. They also have a DVD-R that looks like an old reel of film, and if I had a DVD recorder I'd use those. I'll keep buying these as long as Verbatim keeps making them.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By "occasionally_cogent" on July 12, 2004
According to the verbatim web site, these are rated to burn at 16x -- not the common 48x. Sometimes you have to move slow to be cool.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Susan Ann Kirkpatrick on April 13, 2004
I don't know what that fella was talking about that "this product doesn't work for audio"... this product works GREAT for audio. I burn these vinyl looking CDRs and play them in my cd walkman, in my van, in my home dvd player, and in my computer; and they play everywhere just fine. In fact, of the about 50 of these I have made so far, I have yet to make a coaster. Also check out the labels and the blue labeler thingy that Verbatim make, very cool.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 10, 2007
These are great disks and I've never had a coaster at any time I make CD's with them. However, these disc are only designed to be burnt at speeds less than 16x. Anything more, and you're asking for trouble.

Then again, if you care about the quality of the music you're putting on these, you probably only burn your CD's at 8x or slower (yes, burn speed matters...ask any audiophile).

I'd love it if Verbatim issued these with either all white labels (since I don't see the point of having colored labels if you're going to cover it up with thier printable labels) or even lightscribe (how cool would that be)!!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Zeeshan on September 13, 2005
These CDs look very nice and they play fine too as long as you burn them at a lower speed. Well, what speed? That is what you have to figure out the hard way. And you would think that Verbatim will mention the burn speed on the packaging, but they don't. I wasted a couple of CDs to realize that if I burn them at 12X on my ATT burner then it is no good (first couple of songs are bad and then it plays fine after that). Then I burned them at 4x and it plays just fine in the three different CD players that I have. I think that it will be fine too if I burn them at 8x but I have not tried that yet. You would have figure out yourself what is the ideal burn x on your system.

I do not care if I have to burn these CDs at a lower rate (because I let it burn while I do other things), but I am giving it 4 stars because Verbatim should have mentioned it on the pacakage what should be the ideal burn rate. Otherwise these are very nice looking CDs.
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Locutus67 on December 22, 2011
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I bought these assuming they were still the top quality dark blue AZO dye that Verbatim used to make these with. I verified the product # against my old Verbatim catalog & the number is the same. Sadly, the quality is not. These are made by CMC Magnetics & are fine for disposable use. If you're looking for the 'good ones', these are NOT them. These are way overpriced for being common ordinary quality discs.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By PNINE on March 19, 2006
I really want to like these, but they have some issues.

Inconsistent burns...gotten some coasters, not a lot, but compared to "regular" CDrs more than expected.

Labels - nearly impossible to squeeze info on there, you basically have one line of space to write in, and it's short. If Verbatim is interested in fixing this they could do something cool like remove their text from the label, make a slightly wider "runoff groove" and inscribe the logo there, at least that would give you an extra line to write in. Of course they're interested in selling labeling kits so I'm not holding my breath...

Colors - I like the color variety but the purple is too dark, you can't see what you've written. The red is slightly better. Not a dealbreaker but they could stand to be lighter...
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Matthew D. Mercer on June 7, 2004
I suppose I shouldn't be surprised that these were incredibly marked down at the local Best Buy. I like the look of these CD-Rs but they have been unreliable and unpredictable in terms of device playback. For instance, they play fine in my brand new car stereo, and on my firewire external CDRW drive at home, but have difficulty playing back in my Powerbook internal drive (most likely due to the thickness of the painted surface, which is more a fault of the drive than the discs) and completely do not play in my home CD player (which is a stand-alone component disc changer). In other players, playback has ranged from nonexistent (as already noted), to spotty at best (crackles and lots of extra digital noise) to crystal clear.
I would only recommend using these if you can verify and guarantee playback on your most-used personal systems... otherwise you'll end up with a stack of nice looking but unlistenable CDs.
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