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Maxell CD-R Photo Pro Series With Spindle, 700MB/80 Minutes, Pack Of 25
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- Storage Capacity: 700 MB
- Packaged Quantity: 25
- Maximum Recording Time: 1.33 Hour
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are looking for a CD-R for music playback, the gold Maxell Music or Music-Pro are also excellent choices. I have not had a problem with any of these products on any player.
-just the print is not even and smudged on the cd's, unbelievable!
-there are many artifacts/imperfections on the cd media side, this can guarantee caused cd errors
-each of the packs i opend all had small particles, pieces of plastic floating around on all the discs and spindles
these floating peices of plastic, god forbid if they go into your cd/dvd drive will ruin the drive
-the ink on the CD's use to be a strong Phthalocyanin dye (deep dark green) now they are POOR off the shelf cheap cd dye's
I am very sad to see such a great product ruined.
DO NOT BUY THESE, TOTAL WASTE OF MONEY! i would give it negative star rating if possible
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN MADE IN CHINA!!!
if you need a good cd and can spend the money just get gold delkins already.
These discs will be okay for data use but only T-Y discs will play without skipping in my car stereo. C'est la vie.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
They're not the photo pro they're advertised to be. They are also not suitable for mastering. The package clearly states they are not intended for recording at 1x speed.Published 5 months ago by Bud
A very good archival CD. I've used these for years without any problems. It's a shame the company is no longer manufacturing these.Published 11 months ago by Stephen J. Lemmons
You can't even find blank discs that easy anymore....thanks to Maxell ( I used to dig their metal and chrome cassettes) Good stufPublished 11 months ago by Beatle Guy
Totally reliable. I've been using these for about ten years. I've never had one go bad, even ones with audio recordings. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Clarence Wolbrette
I used to love these. The review stating these are now made by a poor manufacturer (Ritek) is correct. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lucas Costello