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Old Jan 31, 2002, 06:51 PM
Alx2050 Alx2050 is offline
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Post What Company Makes Good Quality CD-RW Disks?

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I bought a pack of Maxells 74min CD-RW's and the CD-R Info says it was manufactured by Acer. Are These quality disks and if not then how do you tell good cdrw disks from cheap ones?
Old Jan 31, 2002, 07:47 PM
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ive always found Traxdat disks fair quality
Old Jan 31, 2002, 08:39 PM
HartBreaker HartBreaker is offline
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I think Verbatim are regarded as one of the best you can buy. You could also try Datasafe. The ones with the ‘Double Protection System’

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Old Feb 01, 2002, 11:47 PM
Hoss Hoss is offline
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Ya know while I've always found a lot of good info on CDR quality it is hard to find the same for CDRW's! And I have looked in the past.
If memory serves me right HP, Sony, Ricoh & Acer were rated high for good CDRW discs.
I have always found Verbatim Data Life plus products to be some of the best and usualy easy to find.


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Old Feb 02, 2002, 10:44 AM
blinky blinky is offline
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I've had problems with various makes of discs. (Philips, Samsung, Megadata....)

Now I only use Verbatim CD-RW (High speed ones) and ain't had a problem with them yet.

The Ricoh ones are supposed to be good as well
Old Feb 03, 2002, 02:32 PM
JAMAL JAMAL is offline
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I've recently bought some infinity cd-rw 80mins and they seem to be ok, £10 for 10


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