not necessary printables, but just a silver finish, it can have a logo on there, like some verbatim Dvd-Rs.
Hi avexhype, welcome to CDFreaks!
Last time I bought Fujifilm CD-R media they had a matte silver finish, but that was a while ago.
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All of my Verbatim DataLifePlus CD-Rs have a silver matte finish to them. As Drage mentioned, so do the Fujifilm CD-Rs.
im talking real shiny silver, like this:
and very good quality discs.
I use to have some silver matte finished philips cd-r’s but about 75% of them were coasters.
So which do you want - matte as originally mentioned, or shiny as mentioned in the quoted post?
Also, where are you located?
The adjective matte has one meaning: Meaning #1: not reflecting light; not glossy
If you want shiny silver there shouldn’t be any shortage of them, but matte is flat not shiny. Taiyo Yuden and Ritek CDs are generally the top 2 CDs available:
No shortage of shiny silver TYs, they’re practically a dime a dozen.
Maybe Rima has something to offer.
Edit: hehe, ooops, missed chaosoffar2k’s post :o
Non printable verbatim CD-R look sexy. I have some prodisc made CD-R and they look very similar to the non printable DVDs that verbatim make. It’s not really shiny but it certainly isn’t dull by an means.
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