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- Grade-A professional CD-R from CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology
- Powered by TY = proven Taiyo Yuden materials, manufacturing and quality standards
- Compatible with screen printers, Rimage Prism, and many other thermal printers
- Quality cyanine recording dye for consistently good copies
- Up to 48x burn speed, 80 minute/700mb capacity
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Get professional results with this A-grade CD-R from CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology. CMC Pro produces all its CD-Rs to the strictest quality standards, using its proven Taiyo Yuden cyanine dye and other premium materials. This means when you buy powered by TY blank CDs, you get a consistently superior product that yields the best copies and the lowest failure rate. This CD has a capacity of 700mb, which equates to 80 minutes of audio. It will burn at speeds up to 48x. It has a shiny silver top surface that will work with screen printers and the Rimage Prism printer. This product is not designed to work with the Rimage Everest printer. Please note, this CD will not work with audio recorders that require digital audio CD-Rs with SCMS formatting
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We've not found any bubbles or imperfections after burning 25 or so & that leaves us all smiling. With kids around the house, value is important as well as quality so we are quite happy. Compatibility seems very good since they play without any problems on all our car CD players, as well as our home stereo system & all of our PCs. In burning them, we all burn from different sources & there are no complaints from anyone & all report that the quality of sound is excellent....
I feel certain we will be purchasing these again in the future & I'm all for anything that brings no complaints from anyone in the household.
I know many audiophiles who use them (forums.stevehoffman.tv) and while my ear is not so trained, I’m working on my second lot of 100 with zero issues. I used the first set to duplicate whatever original CDs I want to take out of the house. They’ve endured without problem the wide temperature swings inside a car during summer/winter as well as the natural abrasions that will occur with any CD when it’s slid, pushed and pulled into players or sleeves.
With the slick, silver top, one sacrifices direct inkjet printing but I'm a "Sharpie" guy anyway. As for those who have “issues” discerning top from bottom, I just don’t get it. The top is straight silver, the bottom reflects as metallic blue/silver and they’re easily distinguishable.
My cake box arrived well-packed, it was sealed and bar-coded and all excess space on the spindle was packed with foam to keep the discs from sliding.
At $0.29 each, they’re the best thing going and no, I don’t work for JVC or TY.
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! I will often record my pre-recorded CD albums on CD-Rs to listen to on an everyday basis; this way, I can loan my albums to people without the originals "getting lost" (I have one friend who, when approached by me about a CD sitting on his car-seat that I once owned, would always say, and I quote "No, that is my CD, I have the box and everything!") or risk getting damaged when left around or in my car. On high-end equipment, these CD-Rs are virtually indistinguishable to the originals, alloying me to leave the original recordings protected safely in their original boxes and out of harm's way.
BUY THE BEST AND SPEND LESS THAN AVERAGE? Sounds like a great value to me!
ADDITIONAL REVIEW INFORMATION:
BY THE WAY! The following statements involve DVD-R media ONLY, I have NOT experienced any problems with JVC/Taiyo-Yuden CD-R media AT THIS POINT! It is also important to point out that the new computer I mention does not recognize TDK brand CDs either!
I DO need to point out that when I started buying the "JVC" labeled Taiyo-Yuden media, I started to have some problems. The first JVC labeled spindle of T.Y. DVD-R media had FIVE discs that did not burn correctly (the second, THREE)! I DO tend to be a bit of a perfectionist (trust me, NOT in a good way), and five out of a hundred is only one bad of twenty, but I have never had five discs out of a 100-disc spindle go bad from ANY manufacturer. I have only used two-hundred JVC labeled Taiyo-Yudens and EIGHT were bad, this is the worst record of any manufacturer I have used with the exception of TDK. Admittedly, I only had a few bad TDK discs in my history, but my new computer rarely even recognizes there is a blank TDK disc in the drive; and when it does, the recordings ALWAYS fail, EVERY TIME. The JVC/Taiyo-Yudens that failed, failed on this same computer (however, NONE of the Taiyo-Yuden-ONLY discs EVER failed on this computer).
My friends have also told me five of one-hundred is very lucky compared to their experiences and I burn HUNDREDS of discs a year compared to them so I still recommend Taiyo-Yuden more than any other brand (MAM-A/Mitsui is trusted as the finest-quality blank-media on the market, but until the JVC/T.Y.s, I had more discs fail by MAM-A than T.Y. Also, they are SIGNIFICANTLY more expensive, I DO use MAM-A for the most important recordings of music, video, and important digital data). Because Taiyo-Yudens cost much less than MAM-A/Mitsui, go with T.Y. first. If you wish to record audiophile-quality music for audiophile-quality equipment, or back-up live performances or family videos, spend the extra money on MAM-A/Mitsui, but for general everyday use, ONLY use Taiyo-Yuden!
If you never get bad burns or bum CD's, or if you don't keep your CDs for many years, get a cheaper product. If you don't want your CD to lose bits over time, look no further. Today's economic demands result in the cheapest common denominator in producing a product (all other brands). This product still uses a more expensive process and components, and no one else still does it this way.
It seems inevitable that one day these will disappear - get them while you can!