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DVDR quality matters, what about CDR?
DVDR quality matters, what about CDR? –
PSX and some PS2 games will fit ona CDR. Is the quality of the CDR also very important? Are those lower quality CDR's you get in 50-100packs good enough, or should I go with Sony or Verbatims? A local store is selling black bottom CD's by some company called SmartBuy, considering PSX games have a black bottom what about this media?
I use Verbatim ValuLife spindles (50/100 CDs) for ps2 games and never burnt a coaster yet. They always run fine on the ps2.
do a search for black cdr, u'll get u'r answers there. Quality matters with ANY writable media, dvdr or cdr.
You get what you pay for,
black bottomed cdrs are a POS.
i bought a 25 pack of Memorex black bottomed cd-r.......and nothing but problems. Freezing, wont load, makes weird ass clicking noises etc....
Re-burn on Cursor Extreem Speed (at 2x) and played without problems.
But they work really well in pcs, all vcds i burn play great in mah cd drive.
I use 100/Bulk Princo (White top) CDs from 16 cents each.Very cheap!
Even its cheap cd, it reads faster then verbatim superazo on PS2 and PC CD-ROM / CD-RW! It also do less noise then verbatim superazo. Strange huh?
Thanks guys, good info. Oh and about Memorex, I wouldn't use any of their media. I NEVER had a problem with reading CDR. I used loads of cheap cd's, and I burn a lot of SVCD's. My DVD player can play them all, but one day I decided to buy a pack of Memorex CDR's and my DVD player has a hard time reading them. Lens makes a lot of noise, and skips slightly. Sometimes it starts skipping like crazy. If memorex can't make a CDR right, then I wouldn't trust them with anything .