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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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- Brand Name: Taiyo Yuden/JVC
- Model Number: JCDR-ZZSB
- Removable Storage: CD-R
- Removable Storage Native Capacity: 700 MB
- Write Speed: 52x
Top Customer Reviews
Why would Taiyo Yuden impune their reputation with a grade-b product? It's like a game on how to confuse the customer.
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!Read more ›
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!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Burned CDs would not play in my Tivoli home stereo system.Published 14 days ago by Columbia City Jenn
Higher quality product than other brand names you can get at Best Buy or other retailers in my city. No flaws or skips at allPublished 2 months ago by David T
Sometimes you just need a plain old CD-R instead of the 20 gig Blueray platter. These are really good discs.Published 3 months ago by John B. Williams Jr.
Technologically challenged though I am, the price was so exceptional as compared to the small quantity of these Taiyo Yuden CDs, I decided to take the leap. Read morePublished 5 months ago by scvh
Five stars!!! These replace the silver Fuji brand (made in Japan). They are a bit thinner than the Fuji silvers but still excellent, astounding, worthy of archiving your data. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael