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TDK Data CD's (any good) ??

Discussion in 'CD-R(W) Media' started by justrob, Sep 1, 2003.

  1. justrob

    justrob Member

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    I picked up some TDK data cd's (CDR) for 10 bucks for 50 pk. They seem to work fine. I tried a music cd burn and a large mpeg file data burn and they worked.

    Just wanted to know if they were ok? Anyone who is a fan of TDK or can tell me "No dude, they suck" I will greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks
     
  2. mrsheen03

    mrsheen03 Regular member

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    i have used a few they worked fine for me!
     
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    Depends largely on where they were made. I don't think TDK makes their own discs any more, so quality varies. The ones made in Taiwan are CMC Magnetics (not so good). The ones made in Japan are Taiyo Yuden (very good). Made anywhere else - probably average. Read the label to see where they were made or the ATIP code.
     

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