Blank CD-R discs : What are the best quality write once discs on the market for sound quality/playback ?

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Anonymous

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Go for Plextor's Printable cd-r 80. Made by Taiyo Yuden in Japan. High quality, low price.If not available, you could give Kodak's Gold cd-r 80 a try.
 
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I use some cheap discs for my computer(8 for 1 pound from poundland)and some JVC audio discs for music(2 for a pound from poundland).Don`t think you have to spend loads on discs,I`ve always used these and they work fine,you can record loads of stuff for next to nothing.
 

Gwyndy

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I tend to use these

http://ukdvdr.co.uk/shop/Datawrite-Full-Face-Inkjet-Printable-52x-CD-R-100-tub-pr-19908.html

They aren't really expensive, I haven't had any failed burns so far and there doesn't appear to be any drop in quality between original and archive copy
 
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In addition to my fisrt reply: firstly you could also check out http://www.cdfreaks.com/reviews/CD-R-media-quality for some more info/opinions on the quality of certain cd & DVD media. I can't say how trustworthy these comments are, but a least they provided us with a method to test the quality of cd-rs ourselves. Check out CDcheck, EAC and Feurio for this purpose.Secondly there are some hifi stereo magazines that test the quality of cd-rs. Check out the best buy section at the back of these mags and I'm sure you'll find some suggestions that'll put you in the right direction.
 

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