Verbatim’s Music CD-R 25pk spindle is the perfect media solution for consumers to create custom music CDs. Verbatim’s Music CD-R discs are designed for use in audio recorders which bear the Compact Disc Digital Audio Recordable logo and can be recorded on by PC-based CD recorders. Once the recorded CD-R is finalized, it can be played back in any CD player. Music CD-R discs provides 80 minutes of audio recording time or 700MB of storage capacity. CD-recordable disks are write-once media meaning, once written, information is permanent and can never be altered. Write speed compatible with 40x CD-recordable drives.
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The only difference from a "data" CD-R is that "music" CD-Rs have a flag set in the pregroove that indicates that a royalty has been paid to the music industry. Due to deals that recorder manufacturers have with the record labels, consumer stand-alone CD recorders will refuse to make a recording if this flag is not set… The only difference from a "data" CD-R is that "music" CD-Rs have a flag set in the pregroove that indicates that a royalty has been paid to the music industry. Due to deals that recorder manufacturers have with the record labels, consumer stand-alone CD recorders will refuse to make a recording if this flag is not set on the disc (but they will still play such discs recorded on professional equipment or computers). Professional CD recorders, such as those made by Tascam, as well as all computer drives, will record onto either type of disc. There is no reason to use music CD-Rs if you have professional equipment or if you are recording on a computer.
The recording bottom is silver!
They are intended for stand-alone CD audio recorders, but should work on most computers, where they can be used for the same purposes as a data CD-R, including copying pictures. Note that the maximum rated burn speed is 40X, while most data CD-Rs are rated 48X or 52X.
The latest batches failed OPC on both of my Philips CDR 765s and a CDR 870, and were rejected on a JVC XL-R5000 before it even tried running OPC. I have had batches of these that worked on the Philips recorders, but most do not. Later Philips machines might have a better chance, but I also got failures in a CDR 778.
Yes, but you can only record on the CD one time. So put all your songs together (for example on a playlist in iTunes) before you try to burn them to the disc.
I don’t see why not. I have burnt/recorded on several of these and they play just fine on all of my players, including the car.
I have no issues with data files, music ,etc. Works fine with all media players and yes with Windows Media player. If your having an issue could be your driver.
Won’t play in my car. Plays fine on my laptop. Other CDs play fine in my car. But, these will not work in my car. Waste of $$
It sure what you mean. Explain. What I can tell you is that they performed like I wanted. I burnt different songs on them, making my own playlist, and then finalized them so that they play on any CD player.
Cd-r is same when you are burning you have tell it what you are burning data or music
The back is plain.
The only discs I’ve found recently that work in the Philips CDR 765 are from MAM-A, which are fairly expensive and have had a high, and increasing reject rate for manufacturing quality issues. I still order them occasionally, but expect more than 20% failure for things like "lacquer" blobs stuck to the recording side … The only discs I’ve found recently that work in the Philips CDR 765 are from MAM-A, which are fairly expensive and have had a high, and increasing reject rate for manufacturing quality issues. I still order them occasionally, but expect more than 20% failure for things like "lacquer" blobs stuck to the recording side of the disc that can’t be removed. SONY discs worked until a couple years ago; I’m not sure if they are still being made, but again there were serious quality problems with the last few batches I tried. Verbatim, Memorex, Imation, Maxell and others have all been sourced recently from CMC Magnetics of Taiwan, who seem to have good control of manufacturing but the materials and design fail to produce discs compatible with a lot of older recorders. In addition to the Philips recorders, I can’t get these to work consistently on a JVC XL-R5000, but they are fine in an Aiwa XC-RW700.
The color of what, the box? it is black. The discs? no color.
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I use these to burn mp3 music files to cda (Compact Disc Audio) for playing in my car. CDs are going the way of Dinosaurs because of their small capacity (700 mb) yes that’s megabytes, but they are perfect for making your digital music files into high quality CDs which will work in any CD player.
I rarely use CDs anymore. I remember 15 years ago however sharing and getting many from friends in middle/high school.
One CD, I burned Wheeler Walker’s latest album on and plan to leave it out in public randomly to freak someone out.
I use these for sega saturn games, to back them up, I’ve used half this stack of cds so far, every single one of them has worked. Even if the burner game me an error about sectors or whatever that means, (which has happened a couple times) the games have always worked.
The Verbatim Music discs are a good option – reliable and good audio recording.
These are great discs for burning music. I burned my FLAC files to them and let me tell you they sound amazing and they were compatible even with some older CD players I have in my house. Make sure to write them at the lowest speed possible and keep in mind if you want to play them in really old players make sure to not include CD-Text or or other additional information besides the tracks themselves.
I burned a few disks and they work great. I have seen a lot of discussion online as to whether the music CDs are needed. One post said they have an extra layer and last longer. Some of my older (10 years) MP3 disks don’t work any more in my car CD/MP3 player. All I know now is that these sound good. Ask me in 10 years how long they last.
These are reliable in quality. Also, they have a REAL spindle instead of cellophane and paper packaging, like Sony uses ! What good is a spindle of cd’s without protection for the cd’s ?
Old technology but still useful for those of us who want music on CD. Verbatim is a well known brand and good value.
I have made 10 CDs so far on my Sony recorder that is now 15 years old. Ever burned CD had no issue and plays in my car with no issues. Only ‘problem’ I have is that I wish I would have bought these years ago because the totally blank lable is great for art and writting contents on without a brand name getting in the way. I might buy another 100 stack to be set for life incase they stop making CD blanks. Wish they came in RW too…
My last CD-Rs started having read/write errors after about 10 years on the shelf, which is typical. These act as a good replacement; I haven’t had any errors and the spindle and plastic cover helps to keep them protected and out of the way.
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