Philips 52X 700MB CD-R 50PK Spindle

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Create CDs in minutes with this CD-R media. It features 700 MB data storage, 80 minutes of digital audio and a maximum 52x recording speed . Product Features Each spindle contains 50 pieces of 700 mega bytes, 52x write-speed CD recordable discs Stores 700 MB data or up to 80 minutes of audio/video Stable and

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Create CDs in minutes with this CD-R media. It features 700 MB data storage, 80 minutes of digital audio and a maximum 52x recording speed .

Product Features

  • Each spindle contains 50 pieces of 700 mega bytes, 52x write-speed CD recordable discs
  • Stores 700 MB data or up to 80 minutes of audio/video
  • Stable and accurate recording at up to 52x speeds
  • Ideal for recording music and video or archiving data

Comments

C. Whitney says:

No problems I use these to burn audiobook CD’s and so far have had no problems with them. I ordered this 50 pack and was so happy with them I went back and ordered a 100 pack when these were used up.

Matthew G. Sherwin says:

very good–with just a drawback or two Philips 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 up to “52x.” The data I recorded onto these CD-Rs has now lasted for over a year, proving the test of time. I have used these as data discs and discs to record audio. I almost never got a coaster. I am very, very sorry to read that some other people had bad experiences with this brand of CD-R blank media; I can only write of my own personal experience with Philips blank CD-Rs.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…

ooHIoo says:

Beware! These are awful! These CD-Rs suck. 4 out of 5 end up with errors when I burn disks. I ended up throwing out most of them. I have had much greater success with Memorex and will stick with them from now on.

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