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Verbatim Digital Vinyl CDR 80-Minute Inkjet Printable 50-Pack
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Combining a retro look with the rugged quality and high-performance of today's CDR technology, Verbatim introduces Digital Vinyl CDR, a recordable CD...Click To Read More About This Product
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Combining a retro look with the rugged quality and high-performance of today's CDR technology, Verbatim introduces Digital Vinyl CDR, a recordable CD designed after the popular and groovy 45rpm record format. These eye-catching discs are a great way to save delicate LP collections, burn your personal music mixes, or make a standout business presentation. The color-coded discs use Verbatim's original Azo Blue technology for superior audio writing performance on CD burners and broad read compatibility on car CD players, home audio systems, and portable CD players. Digital Vinyl CDRs are protected with a dual-layer anti-scratch coating that safeguards data for years to come and are backed by Verbatim's Lifetime Warranty. So grab a blast from the past: Verbatim Digital Vinyl CDR. These are printable discs that do not include individual jewel cases.
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I am an avid Beatles collector, and I thought these CDs would be great to use to store some great vintage Beatles recordings. Naturally, once they were burned, I deleted the files from my PC.This Verbatim product is bad. Not ONE of these CDs worked. I bought them exclusively for their appearance, and now I'm out 10 CDs, and about 80 rare recordings.
I don't know if anyone else had the same problem, but these did not work with my cd burner. Each time the burn process would get cut short and the partially burned cd was left useless. I have had no other problems with hundereds of cds in my burner, so I assumed that it was no coincidence when 4 or 5 attempts with these failed. Really neat looking if they work for you.