What brand CDRs and CDRWs does everyone use?

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What brand CDRs and CDRWs does everyone use?

  1. Generic

    4 vote(s)
    6.7%
  2. Sony

    10 vote(s)
    16.7%
  3. TDK

    10 vote(s)
    16.7%
  4. Verbatim

    4 vote(s)
    6.7%
  5. Imation

    7 vote(s)
    11.7%
  6. Other

    25 vote(s)
    41.7%
  1. sOKaLiBoY

    sOKaLiBoY New Member

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    i use imation now. i used to use verbatim. i don't notice any difference between the two except the price
  2. asapreta

    asapreta New Member

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    I use the prodisc ones.

    They come in different brands, but all goes fine!
  3. biscuitje

    biscuitje Do Lovin' criminal

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    I use the cheapest ones :)

    Now I'm using Maxell and More!!!!
  4. Phriznik

    Phriznik New Member

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    I use memorex. Decently priced and they don't scratch easily.
  5. cysco24

    cysco24 New Member

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    Imation 100 packs for cd-r

    works fine for everything. Vcd ... music
  6. keyboard_player

    keyboard_player New Member

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    I always use MMore 700mb cd's
  7. EboLedder

    EboLedder New Member

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    I've had good luck with Philips, Minolta, and Verbatim.
  8. carbonmade

    carbonmade New Member

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    I usually use TDK.
  9. nikerw

    nikerw New Member

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    I use sony CD-R and RW and Optodisc DVD-R
  10. alcozma

    alcozma 'Cozi from Ozi

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    I use gold tdk or Exact gold I find the silver/blue/coloured discs are more often corrupt or the surface scratches easily
  11. jasyn

    jasyn New Member

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    Generic brands work great for me. Theres nothing really special about Branded cdr's vs. Generics .. there pretty much the same in my opinion .. give or take one will last longer then the other .. and the branded ones have some high tech design on them :thumbsup:
  12. andykemp

    andykemp New Member

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    Imation 48x are great discs, £10 for 3x boxes of 11 at Morrisons (UK) at the moment
  13. johnrowley

    johnrowley Member

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    TDK and generic CDR's Have not tried CDRW yet
  14. jasl8r

    jasl8r New Member

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    Verbatim totally rock the house. No crap on the the CD itself either, so the CD looks nice in addition to being very reliable.
  15. methTICALman

    methTICALman New Member

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    I use whatever name brand is selling for $15/50 discs or cheaper at any given time...always 80min 700mb, of course!

    I get Imation, Memorex, and PNY very often.
  16. SHORTKHOP

    SHORTKHOP New Member

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    I USE VERBATIM CDS
  17. badoochi

    badoochi New Member

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    I use Lite-On. Low price and has yet to experience any problems.
  18. a2ndchance08

    a2ndchance08 New Member

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    I use TDK i've had one for two year on a generic computer and it still runs at top speed. Also dont have to pay much for name brand cdw's
  19. saxmidiman

    saxmidiman Member

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    Currently using Maxell. They seem okay. We'll see how long they last.
  20. kmm

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    I like Verbatim.

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