Verbatim DataLifePlus 52X White Inkjet, Hub Printable CD-R discs are the ideal choice for full-color edge-to-edge printing, photo & text printing on CD/DVD inkjet printers. These inkjet printable discs consist of a unique white surface coating for exceptional color reproduction of high-resolution photos, graphics or other images. The inkjet printable surface has excellent ink absorption and durability, providing long lasting vibrant colors. This full-surface, hub-printable media provides additional printing surface area over regular printable discs. Verbatim’s DataLifePlus White Inkjet Hub Printable CD-R media offer excellent printing performance combined with our proprietary high-grade Super Azo CD-R dye technology for optimal high-speed read/write performance.
Facts About Verbatim CD-R 700MB 52X DataLifePlus White Inkjet Printable, Hub Printable – 50pk Spindle – 94755
I don’t know much about m4p files, but the issues you’re having wouldn’t have anything to do with the Verbatim blanks. I found this on the ‘net, which is probably your problem – "iTunes M4P is an encoded audio file format which limits the number of computers that can share a given file. … If you pay for iTunes Plus,… I don’t know much about m4p files, but the issues you’re having wouldn’t have anything to do with the Verbatim blanks. I found this on the ‘net, which is probably your problem – "iTunes M4P is an encoded audio file format which limits the number of computers that can share a given file. … If you pay for iTunes Plus, you can convert existing protected files to less restrictive files. … Alternately, try burning the songs to a CD and re-importing them as MP3 files … "
Yes, they are for music. I recently found out, however, that we shouldn’t use the re-writable for making albums to sell.
your burning MP3’s not audio CD’s and car players are real iffy about playing MP3’s. Try it in one of your friends newer or more expensive car and see what you get.
I never have that problem when ordering from (PRIME) Amazon
Sorry! Can’t help you. I only use the CD’s to make copies of my piano music , and print to CD’s from my printer. Been Working great for that. Using the Epson XP-640 printer to print my labels directly to the CD’s. Never kept track but very satisfied w/results. Use Roxio Creator to dupe the CDs and Epson (print CD) … Sorry! Can’t help you. I only use the CD’s to make copies of my piano music , and print to CD’s from my printer. Been Working great for that. Using the Epson XP-640 printer to print my labels directly to the CD’s. Never kept track but very satisfied w/results. Use Roxio Creator to dupe the CDs and Epson (print CD) to print to CD’s.
That’s not decided by the disks, but whether the player also has burn capability. Since I’m not familiar with Windows Media Player, I have no idea, but its name implies that its a PLAYER and no mention of being a burner, so in my opinion, unlikely.
They have a matte finish so you can easily print on them.
I used them to copy records recording that were converted to CD. After copying the converted file, I then used my Canon MX922 printer to copy the recording name onto the CD printable side. It did a great job both for the records and the label printing. I am 100% sold on these CDs and would recommend them to anyone.
From the Verbatim Wiki page:
Manufacturing and marketing
These products are partly produced in Verbatim/Mitsubishi’s own plants in Singapore and Japan, and partly under license by Taiwanese and Indian manufacturers. … From the Verbatim Wiki page:
Manufacturing and marketing
These products are partly produced in Verbatim/Mitsubishi’s own plants in Singapore and Japan, and partly under license by Taiwanese and Indian manufacturers.
Their early floppies were manufactured at a factory in Limerick, Republic of Ireland starting 1979.
Verbatim also resells relabeled products from Japanese, Taiwanese, Mainland Chinese, Malaysian and Indian factories (Pearl White DVD series in Europe, some CD-R not labeled Super Azo), including but not limited to products by Taiyo Yuden, Ritek Corporation, CMC Magnetics, Prodisc, Moser Baer, Daxon/BenQ.
The same inkjet printable surface but the silver ones give a satiny finish……….not a gloss but very nice nonetheless.
I use an Epson Discproducer PP-100 to create and print my CDs and DVDs. The ink is dry to the touch within a minute after the printing is completed. It may still be damp below the surface for a few minutes more. I’m certain that the ink that you use is the main factor. The PP-100 ink is specially formulated to prin… I use an Epson Discproducer PP-100 to create and print my CDs and DVDs. The ink is dry to the touch within a minute after the printing is completed. It may still be damp below the surface for a few minutes more. I’m certain that the ink that you use is the main factor. The PP-100 ink is specially formulated to print on printable discs.
Buy an unlabeled CD-R. They’re less expensive. Or, write directly onto the surface. It will hold the ink. If you persist in your original idea, the matter surface will accept a label and the added weight will not affect subsequent replay.
I set my disk printer to 21mm for the inner hole and 119 for the outer perimeter and it seems to work well.
If you’re looking to burn music, these will work just fine- but do keep in mind that you can only ADD songs to CD-R’s. There’s no formatting the disc clean for re-use. If that’s a concern, I would recommend CD-RW’s.
Don’t know that model, but they work fine on my old Epson inkjet. Sharp image, clarity.
Info About Verbatim CD-R 700MB 52X DataLifePlus White Inkjet Printable, Hub Printable – 50pk Spindle – 94755 (Reviews From Amazon)
The Manufacturer string returned by ImgBurn for these discs is Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. That means that Mitsubishi made these and not CMC. Mitsubishi is one of the best manufacturers of optical media out there; CMC is one of the worst. If you buy any non DataLifePlus CD-R’s from Verbatim, they’re made by CMC. So any Verbatim CD-R’s bought from a brick and mortar store will be CMC. You should always avoid the non DataLifePlus CD-R’s and DVD recordable discs. Any Life series DVD-R’s will be CMC. CMC DVD recordable discs fail to burn about 50% of the time. Those 50% that do burn are usually not recognizable as playable discs by DVD players that are capable of reading that particular type of recordable DVD. CMC used to make a passable DVD+R but their quality declined in recent years. CMC is too unreliable so they cannot be trusted for quality.
I burned 2 of these in my Pioneer Blu-Ray burner and they burned and verified fine. My PS3 also had no problem playing these CD’s back.
I cannot review the quality of the inkjet printable surface as I have no such printer to use with them. I get these discs, though, for the future, in case I ever get one. Plus, one can write on the surface with a CD safe marker to also label them.
They make great products.
I never had to throw out a CD based on the raw product(this item) , only after a misprint from the printer/ink or burn quality (software). no fault to the design of this product, it is very industry standard and reliable.
Every CD that we kept was CONSISTANTLY good in quality in all ways.
I just don’t like the manufacturer packaging that they’ve been doing for 10yrs now, there’s no box so it’s stacked CDs in a padded envelope or loose in a larger box, easy to damage in transit leaving package fault to distribution folks
As a teen in the 2000s, I have made quite a number of mix CDs before the advent of iTunes, Youtube, and Spotify. Most were made on whatever cheap blank CDs I could afford at the time. Lots of skipping, sound quality issues, etc.
I recently got back into making mix CDs. There’s just something very satisfying about sealing a dozen or so of your favorite songs into a piece of shiny plastic to pop into your car’s CD player during a long traffic jam. These DataLifePlus blank CDs just don’t skip at all, there’s no sound problems on playback, or quality loss. I wish I had these back around 2005!
I’m also one of those nerds who likes to make custom sticker artwork to put onto the blank CDs, and the fact that these don’t have any markings on the top of the blank CDs means that you can put the stickers on them without seeing a logo or anything under the sticker. And if you’re artistically inclined, you could even doodle on the blank labels.
You can do a lot with these, so they are WELL WORTH the money! Get ’em!
It’s fun to create a label for your CD. It’s also great to see it printed onto the disc itself with the white matte finish providing the perfect canvas for any of your printing as the ink set on the matte surface is thorough. However, I wish that the entire hub ring area was also printable as the ink takes a while to dry on the exposed plastic. So, please be careful when stacking a freshly printed disc to avoid smudging. Regardless, great quality, durability and reliability all for an attractive price point makes this product a very worthwhile choice.
Unless you can afford the Taiyo brand(company has took the real ones off the market years ago) then this is probably the best data discs you’ll find. Read other reviews to find out more.
I don’t write a lot of reviews. Usually only when I’m really impressed with a product. This is an impressive product. I’ve been using Verbatim for years and it’s truly one of the best CD-R’s on the market. I had ran out of printable discs and could not find Verbatim printable disc’s locally. The print color on the ones I had been using (older Verbatim) was ok but not real good. The color print on these is fantastic. Really true colors and you can print to the hub. The label is solid white without any lettering anywhere on the disc. The price is great as well. Will be purchasing these for a long time to come. You won’t be disappointed guaranteed.
cd’s print nicely in my canon printer sound quality seems to be almost as good as factory bought artist cd’s and a good value for the money…would recommend this product to ustt about anyone…………
I ordered a spindle of these for the sole purpose of burning homebrew content and game backups for our first generation Sega Dreamcast. So far we haven’t had a single issue compared to the other spindles we had lying around where it felt as if it were a fifty-fifty chance for a successful burn. Also, the matte white surface is great for doodling cover art on!
Would buy again!
Verbatim is one of the best brands for stuff like this. I still have an old clunker car that I drive to work that has one of these “disc” players in it so I need to make music “discs” unless I wanr to listen to the radio, which I don’t. “Radio, we don’t need a Radio!” Also as a fine teaching moment I got to explain to my kids what these weird looking blu-ray discs were for.
I did not buy it for printing on them as I don’t need to but I need to write a title
on the CD then it is so much easier then on insanely invisible silver or golden
ones that drive me nuts with their printed on patterns.
|Verbatim CD-R 700MB 52X DataLifePlus White Inkjet Printable, Hub Printable – 50pk Spindle – 94755||4.6||View On Amazon|