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Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio – 30 Pack Spindle (625335)

Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio – 30 Pack Spindle (625335)


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Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio - 30 Pack Spindle (625335)

Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio - 30 Pack Spindle (625335)
  • Play back in most recent home, car, portable, and PC-based CD and DVD players
  • High-sensitivity recording layer
  • Jewel cases not included
The music CDR is for audio recording only in CDR recorders. Once written, the information is permanent and can never be altered. When recording is complete, these CDRs can be played back on CD players, car CD systems, home stereo CD players and computer CDROM drives. These CDs conform to Orange Book Part II specifications. Manufacturers full lifetime warranty.

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  1. 45 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The most reliable brand for music by far, September 6, 2009
    By 
    Larry VanDeSande (Mason Michigan USA) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    This review is from: Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio – 30 Pack Spindle (625335) (Electronics)
    I’ve recorded more than 2,000 blank CDs of music, mostly classical, from originals to copies, from LPs, cassettes, reel-to-reel tape to CD, from CD copies of one brand to CD copies on Maxell blanks using both Sony and Philips CD burners, and from downloads directly via sites and through my PC’s processes. In my experience, Maxell Music CDR is the most reliable brand of music CD on the market. They consistently outperform Sony, Fujifilm and Memorex (and any other brand I’ve used) and give me a product I can play on my PC, my CD player, my CD player-burner and in my car CD player.

    I’ve been doing this with music going back to the middle 1970s when I regularly recorded from radio broadcasts and my turntable to cassette and to reel to reel tape. I followed tape technology in its day and bought my first CD player in 1986. I bought a Philips CD burner in the 1990s and later bought the Sony CD burner I use today. I have recorded from a turntable and cassette originals to CD using Maxell wiht nary a slip other than an occasional fault in my burner.

    My success stories with Maxell products are plentiful. I purchased a download of a Beethoven choral work about a year ago that was no longer available in any purchasable CD format other than in an expensive multi-CD collection. I downloaded it to my PC, then burned it to a Fujifilm 80 minute music-data CD. The transfer was successful but, once I played the CD, it included a lot of static that reminded me of what it used to be like playing LPs. I’d heard this before — in the waning days of my old Philips CD burner when it would not successfully transfer the music from one medium to another without some excess noise also being transferred. When I bought my new Sony CD burner and burned a new Maxell CD from my earlier CD burn, the noise was gone and I was left with a pristine original.

    Most recently, I downloaded a free copy of a symphony from an online Bruckner site to my computer, then burned it onto a Memorex 80 minute music-data CD using my PC’s directions for a “mastered” disk (via Windows Vista Supreme), which is supposed to be playable in any conventional CD player. Once finished, the new disk played perfectly on my home players. When I tried it in the car, however, the player wouldn’t read it.

    I burned this CD onto a Maxell Music blank using my CD burner and this issue is now resolved. This is just one in thousands of episodes I’ve had over the years using Maxell’s superior product. As I understand it, the reason they work so well is because, ironically, they can record at speeds as low as 4X. Don’t ask me why but it works. This is the brand to buy if you want to record music from any medium to CD.

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  2. 28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Do Not Buy!, February 5, 2010
    By 
    S. Cavazos (San Francisco, CA) –
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    This review is from: Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio – 30 Pack Spindle (625335) (Electronics)
    I have used hundreds of Maxell Music CD-R media through the years without problems, and acutally prefer them to any other music CD-R’s. I ordered three of these spindles in November 2009 and just began using them. Immediately I began to get music with skips making them unacceptable for use. I opened a new spindle and experienced the same problem. I was afraid that my write drive was bad, but regular (non-music) Maxell Cd’s recorded music fine. As a last resort, I went to my local computer store and bought a Maxell Music 50 pack, (which differed only by having interior plastic wrap and a “Made in Taiwan” sticker on top). These work fine, as I have always experienced. I can only conclude that the discs that Amazon is selling are defective. It may be that some will work and others will not, but I do not have the time or inclination to try each one to get a correct burn. Of course the return date has expired, so I will just have to recycle them. Be forewarned!!!

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  3. 16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    all right by me !!!, March 7, 2008
    By 
    Matthew G. Sherwin (last seen screaming at Amazon customer service) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      
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    This review is from: Maxell Music 32x 80 minute / 700MB CD-R Media for Audio – 30 Pack Spindle (625335) (Electronics)
    Maxell makes a very reliable blank CD-R that can handle up to 80 minutes of music or 700 megabytes of data. Moreover, these blank CD-Rs are capable of recording data at high speeds. I have used these as data discs and discs to record audio. I almost never got a coaster. Great!

    The CD-R discs are compact and easy to store. While the discs are still blank, store them in the circular case on the spindle that they came in. After your burn data or music onto them, I would recommend storing them in slim jewel cases instead of paper sleeves. It’s just better protection for your CD-Rs that have anything stored on them. Don’t store these discs, burnt or blank, in rooms that become very hot; this causes damage to any brand of this type of disc and you could lose data over time.

    There are two caveats that many other people note about any brand of this product: when you are burning the data onto the blank disc, don’t be surprised if you see that the data is burning at a rate slower than the packaging advertises. This can happen if your burner doesn’t have the capacity to burn faster, or it may be a quirk. I am not a professional so I cannot be certain of precisely what causes this phenomenon; but I assure you that the extra minute or two (tops) that you wait to get your CD-R completed is worth the wait. In addition, DON’T write on these using Sharpie ink pens. The ink can seep through the top coating of the CD-R disc and slowly but surely compromise your data–and you wouldn’t want that, now would you? If you need to label the discs, label its jewel case using a post-it note.

    Overall, Maxell blank CD-R discs store data very reliably and I believe that an extra minute or so to burn the data onto the blank disc is well worth it just in case it doesn’t actually burn at the very highest speed advertised.

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