Cheap CD-R Media Recommendation

  Sebby 01:36 07 Jan 2004
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I have always bought fairly cheap CD-R media as I go through many many discs, and do not see the point of spending a lot (unless it is for archival purposes). Until now, I've always bought the PC Line spindle of 100 CD-R discs @ ~£25 from PC World. However, the last spindle I bought were of a poor quality, and so I'm looking for something new at around the same price.

As I said, I always buy a spindle of 100 (cases are not required). They can be bog standard CD-R media with no label or anything, but I just want some that are of a better quality, and was wondering if anyone has had any good experiences.

Many thanks in advance.

  ©®@$? 01:38 07 Jan 2004

excellent discs got some myself,

click here

  byfordr 07:56 07 Jan 2004

Failing that click here at under £20 are a good buy, just got another 100 the other day

  bananaslik 08:29 07 Jan 2004

i agree with ©®@$?,the infiniti r the best ones iv'e used,good quality & reliability.

  Stuartli 08:50 07 Jan 2004

click here has some excellent offers at all times.

  plsndrs3 08:56 07 Jan 2004

Added to my postings for future reference as I, too, use CD-Rs like they are going out of fashion :o))

Regards,

Paul

  Sebby 10:41 07 Jan 2004

Thanks to all of you for the suggestions.

  Sheila-214876 11:08 07 Jan 2004

I get mine from click here around £20 per 100. I made a few coasters at first so I switched to branded CDs, but still got coasters. I found it was my burner so I bought a new burner from the same company. Have not made a coaster since.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 11:14 07 Jan 2004

I've burned over a 1000 Cds using the cheapo ones from makro or Ebuyer (£17 ish /100). Never had a coaster that was due to a faulty disc .

G

  Sebby 11:19 07 Jan 2004

Thanks everyone.

I went for the Infiniti ones as they seem good value, so I'll let you know what they're like!

Sebby

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