Audio CDRs

… I was just wondering if there was any advantage of using one of the specialised brands of CDR which are for audio only. When I want to burn music, why use one of these as opposed to a regular CDR?

thanks

  • Dezmond

If you don’t have such an standalone music CD-R recorder…I see no need for them.

To my experience they are not different from normal CD-R discs, as long as you have a normal burner(in a computer) and not a standalone music CD-R recorder which detects if it a music CD-R or not.

Since I guess that you have a normal writer in a computer I suggest that you use normal(but high-quality brands like kodak or mitsui toatsu) CD-R discs. :slight_smile:

Also note that most home audio stand alone recorder/players no longer require the special audio discs. My Tascam CD-RW700 does not. I use cheapo CD-R’s no problem.

The Rodentman

Originally posted by rodentman
Also note that most home audio stand alone recorder/players no longer require the special audio discs. My Tascam CD-RW700 does not. I use cheapo CD-R’s no problem.

thats true but its still importnt to use quality cdrs