CD-R records permanently onto its branded surface. Offers a 700MB/80 minute capacity. Supports write speeds up to 48X. Ideal for music recording, storing digital photos and data archiving. Play back in virtually any CD recorder, burner/player, DVD player, computer drive or game console.
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Maxell 700MB CD-R Write Once Recordable Disc, 25 Pack
700MB CD-R Write Once Recordable Disc, 25 Pack Spindle
I know that I bought 3 of these 50 packs since CDs are now going "out of style" in favor of thumb drives. I don’t remember exactly how much I paid but I thought they were a good deal.
This appears to be a 25-pack. If you look closely at the picture a "2" is visible, and the height suggests a 25-pack. Also, checking Maxell CD-Rs from other retailers has this identical picture and lists the item as a 25-pack.
They are regular cd-r data discs.
You can use them for either data or music.
Yes, there are lines to write on.
I don’t know. I own two duplicators. Maxell discs only work on one of them, while Verbatim discs
work only on the other. I never realized that disc thickness might have something to do with it.
Hello, Yes you can burn songs on it.
Yes, for music. No, not green….shiny, clear color.
If the equipment you are using can be used to record live? Yes, this CD is one of the best for
reproducing sounds and can be played on most CD players.
The top is silver,light enough where you should be able to put your own "professional" looking labels on them. They have a great quality sound to them,if that is important to you,it is to me,just saying. Good Luck!
If they play on your home cd player they will play on your car cd.
I DONT THINK SO.THESE R Verbatim CD-R 700MB 52X DataLifePlus White Inkjet Printable – 50pk Spindle
yes but you may require software to do it just click and drag
The video quality is excellent with these Discs. I’ve taken care of the movies I have on them but still after several years the movies still play like new.
Info About Maxell MAX648210 CD Recordable Media, CD-R, 40x, 700 MB, 10 Pack Slim Jewel Case (Reviews From Amazon)
If you’re making a MP3 disk to play music make sure to select “Data Disk” and not “Audio Disk” when burning. My MP3 disk contains 125 songs on one disk with room to spare. An Audio disk maxes out on available space at about 25 songs.
I ordered these after trying a different brand and had no luck.
So far, I’ve used maybe a dozen or so burning songs and they seem to be do well. No issues with these CDs so far. They seem to play on many different CD players.
Update as of 3/24/21….I’ve used a bunch of these CDs and burned music to them. Still all good! Have not had one bad rejected CD from this batch!! I recommend these!!
If you didn’t know, most cheap (less that 20 cents a disc) CD-R media is not made by the brand (Maxell, Verbatim, Sony, Memorex, TDK, etc.) but by some manufacturer in Taiwan. A few years ago I bought a spindle of Maxell CD-Rs made by Prodisc, which I found to be pretty reliable. So I decided to get Maxell again, hoping to get the same manufacturer. However, this time it was Ritek, which I’ve heard a lot of bad things about online. After going through 40 of them, though, I have yet to have a coaster, and I haven’t experienced any playback problems with them. I don’t know yet about their longevity, but I’ll update this review in a few months to see how well they hold up.
Basically, out of the “cheap” CD-R spindles, I would recommend this and the Verbatim CD-R 100-Pack (which I got last year and were made by CMC Magnetics). Both have worked well for me. Yes, they are made by different manufacturers, which you think might make a difference, but consider: 1) Both CMC and Ritek have worked well for me. On the Internet you’ll see a lot of people bashing both manufacturers (Ritek a bit more), but that’s not my experience. 2) Even if you cared which Taiwanese company made your discs, the manufacturers change all the time. You might end up with a Ritek from Verbatim or a CMC from Maxell. Personally, there would only be two factors in my decision to purchase one or the other. One is that Maxell CD-Rs allow you to write on both the top and bottom, while Verbatim only gives space on the bottom. (This is independent of manufacturer, as each brand has its own label.) The other is, of course, price. Just pick the one that’s cheaper! 🙂
If you’re more inclined and want something that will last 50 years, Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim DataLifePlus should be good. (Note that this is not the same as product as the Verbatim I mentioned earlier; this is actually made by Verbatim itself and is better quality.) For something that can supposedly last 300 years, try MAM-A Gold or Verbatim UltraLife Archival Grade Gold . (Yes, you heard me right, these discs have solid 24k gold on their surface.)
I have been using Maxell blank CD’s for a very long time ( over 35 years ).
Great quality and I have found out recently the only type that I can play in my car that I just purchase..
I have used other blanks such as Verbatim and Memorex but it seems the thickness of the cd will not work min my cd radio player.
I have to make duplicate of my old cd’s I created due to they will not work in the car.
GREAT for Maxell………………
I’ve been burning music and files to CD-Rs for years, I’ve used all the brands, and all of them performed like they should (well, one box from Sony were almost entirely defective) but these standout, Mostly due to their packaging. The CDs come wrapped in 2 sets of 50 inside the spindle that has a protective lock when you close it to prevent dropping the discs all over the place. As I’m sure many of you know, this is a really nice feature. I can’t count the times I’ve had CDs get scratched because they dropped out when I was trying to pick up the spindle package.
I’ve never really been able to hear a sound quality difference when burning music onto CD-Rs from brand to brand, but I know the music on these sound great, and after using 25 of the 100 none of the discs are defective so for that I’m an extremely satisfied customer!
Used to record music the sound quality was perfect, my only issue is the price of the cd’s. I remember paying only $2 for these same cd’s at Walgreens. I had to pay $7.95 on Amazon because I can no long find these cd’s in any store.
This was a repeat purchase of Maxell’s CD-Rs since the last spindles were great quality.
Amazon shipped quickly, even with their SuperSaver option.
The product came packaged well with no damage.
My wife had a gift card from a local store, so she purchased some Sony discs, thinking Sony is a quality name. The first 5 she recorded with had static and skips in the music. We both checked the specs on the discs and the computers: nothing was out of line. After, we read the awful reviews on Sony CD-Rs and returned the rest.
Over the years, the Maxell discs have never failed. They work well for all kinds of files.
We will definitely buy these again when it’s time.
I had purchased these before, but this last batch is defective. My computer has rejected at least 10 of 15 tried. I bought a small pkg of a different brand to make sure it wasn’t my computer and they worked fine.
The rating is for the product only. As for the CD-R’s, they have so far performed as expected. I’ve bought these for years and the quality has always been excellent.
As for the packaging: The packing was terribly inadequate. I could feel them rolling around when I picked up the box after they were delivered. I ordered three of these and when I opened the package, all three spindles were broken away from the bases. Two of the bases were also broken and at least 25% of the CD’s were rolling around in the box. I ended up throwing away at least ten or more (so far) because of deep surface scratches. This is the second order of CD-R’s from Amazon in the past year that have arrived this way.
Didn’t need so many & this was perfect so I didn’t have to buy 50 in a pack! Thank you!
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