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Taiyo Yuden

CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology Watershield Glossy White Inkjet Hub 48x 80 Minute/700MB CD-Rs in 50 Disc Cake Box Spindle

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  • Water-resistant Printable CD-R
  • 50-pack Spindle

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Customer Reviews

Excellent CDs for low errors and durability For master, reference or any critical audio work, these are a great choice. In this case the old adage 'You get what you pay for' is true.I've bought numerous types of CDRs, often at Office Depot or whatever; sometimes they would be fine; other times every third one would be a coaster. As a mixing & mastering engineer, I can't afford to hand out unplayable CDs to clients, so I turn to these for anything critical. After burning 100s of them and testing them with Plextor's error checking software, I've never had one with an error count over what the most conservative duplication (replication) houses would consider acceptable.They would also make excellent Data CDs.Oddly, the ones with the white ceramic laminate top tend to have more errors, even though they are more expensive.These CDRs might seem a little weird - shiny and a little thinner than typical brands, but they have great protective coating on top and tight manufacturing standards, that haven't dropped now that JVC distributed them. 5Simply the best. I record mini-concerts sometimes, and create CDs for the performers to keep.These CD-Rs are without doubt the best for recordability, playability, printability, visibility, durability and shinability (ha, shininess!).Even though the brand on the box is JVC, these are the real Taiyo Yuden manufactured CDs (verified in the CD writer).It's a pity Epson still refuses to license their inkjet CD printing patent to any other inkjet manufacturer in America, you need an Epson to get the adapter to print on these. (Apparently Canon printers sold in Australia have CD-R printing because the patent doesn't cover that part of the world).Anyway, highly recommend these. 5Good but price changes here Good waterproof CDR's. I think they look way better as a final printed product than the non-waterproof CDR's. I use these to make promo CD's for a label and they work great for that. The price on here fluctuates, and is higher than I originally paid, so I've been buying these from B&H photo instead, they have a better price over there. 4Notice to Buyers: JVC No Longer Makes These CD-Rs I'm flagging this with one star to correct information in the listing that may be of concern to potential buyers.This product is no longer made by JVC as stated in the product description. Buyers deserve to know this before making a purchasing decision.The old JVC discs had an excellent quality reputation among people who care about high quality CD-Rs.CMC bought the factory from JVC in 2015. They claimed then that they would make the product to the same quality standards.Re-sellers on Amazon have little or no ability to change the information on the listing, which makes it appear that these discs are still made by JVC. Don't necessarily blame the reseller.And they may still be excellent discs, time will tell. However, I think buyers should understand exactly what they are getting. 1It will prevent moisture of hands from smudging those nice graphics you design/print directly onto these disks This is a repeat purchase of this product for me. And, I will buy it again, and again, for as long as I am producing musical CD's for distribution. This is the ONLY way to go when making a professional looking, high quality, CD for distribution. You must figure that folks will handle a CD in such a way as to place their fingers on the top (graphics) side of your CD. That is why the Watershield protection is so important. It will prevent moisture of hands from smudging those nice graphics you design/print directly onto these disks. Other white hub printable disks that don't specifically state they are Watershield means that I do not purchase them. These are the only way to go. And, this distributor delivered them to me faster than the estimated delivery date. Can't beat that!! 5Looks great and sounds great Best quality for printable CDs. It's getting harder and harder to buy top quality CD blanks. These record very well, and the print quality is outstanding. I have tested dozens using a Plextor system for error checking, and these will give you consistent, low-error burns in a suitable burner, even with inexpensive DVD burners. You can print professional looking CDs using, for example, an Epson Artisan printer, or any number of other options.However, these discs are not as good as the Taiyo Yuden disks of, say, twelve years ago. You get about 80 percent of the quality of those legendary discs. Using a controlled burn in the reference Plextor professional, even using old stock the older dye formula gives slightly less errors, measured over a large number of samples. However, the printing surface of the current formula is superb, and the write quality is excellent, just not quite as good as the older one. There is a slight texture to the surface, and they hold the ink and dry quickly. Durability and shelf life are excellent as well, recommended. 5Still the best Over the years I've used all kinds of blank CDs for recording audio to, and these are by far the best for inkjet printing quality and compatibility of the CD in cars and other players. I still had a stack of the sticky paper labels and the disc-stomper used to put them on CDs, but I knew that with these blanks and an Epson inkjet , I'd never need to go back to labels.Epson has the patent for that CD printing tray adapter in most countries around the world, except for Australia apparently, so you can get a Canon inkjet with direct CD printing there but nowhere else...Epson Claria inks look great (no, stunning) on this surface, but you will use a lot for full face designs. 5Good, but... Work well and no complaints with burning, but for some reason this is the only glossy CD-R I've tried (out of 5) that my printer(Canon IP8720) leaves noticeable marks on the gloss, but not art, from the feed. It doesn't even mark slightly thicker CD-Rs like Falcon Media Smartguard(my favorite). I've tried two of same model printer, including one when it was brand new, with the same result. 4Most amazing print quality! Being new to the world of direct-to-CD printing after purchasing a Canon Pixma iP4920, I set out to find a recordable CD with an inkjet printable surface that wouldn't smudge. I bought some Memorex CDRs with a matte printable surface from a local store, but the ink would smudge. I bought the Taiyo Yuden/JVC disks based on the reviews, and I haven't be disappointed in the least. In fact, the quality of the print on these disks has to be seen to be believed! It looks like professional quality, and they don't smudge one bit.Now if you are like me and have become accustomed to the the lighter color of the phthaloCyanine recording surface, you may be in for a surprise with these disks. Taiyo Yuden/JVC uses cyanine, which has the appearance of a darker blue/green color. Can't tell you much about the relevant differences between the two types, except there seems to be a lot written on the quality of the the Taiyo disks being superior and highly recommended by disk duplicators. I mention this so that you won't be surprised by the color of the recording surface if you were expected the usual from the big name disk makers.For now I am happy with these disks and the print quality will blow away any alternative method of disk printing short of professional screen printing. 5These Blank CDs are now garbage Do not waste your money on these garbage blank CDs. I purchased these CDs back in Nov 2014 and they were fantastic so I purchased them again in June 2018 and now they are garbage. They are now much thinner and they do not slide into my car CD player easily, you have to push it along to get it in but what is even much worse is that they will not eject, I have to use another CD and stick it below the jammed CD and then pry the stuck CD upwards to get it out. 1
CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology Watershield Glossy White Inkjet Hub 48x 80 Minute/700MB CD-Rs in 50 Disc Cake Box Spindle

CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology Watershield Glossy White Inkjet Hub 48x 80 Minute/700MB CD-Rs in 50 Disc Cake Box Spindle

3.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€85,00
Sale price
€85,00
Regular price
€140,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€55,00)