[QUOTE=Cactus634;2664142]Thanks, I think I will go with Flacon Diamonds CDâ€™s then. I found a dealer in Europe http://www.dvdshoponline.co.uk/P5233.html
I will go with White Printable surface since Iâ€™ll be writing directly on the CDâ€™s with my Printer.
My computer system is a PC with win7. I have one IDE and several SATA slots free. Iâ€™m open to any suggestions about burners. Quality is the main priority, speed and price is less important. Itâ€™s a plus if they also are good at DVD burning, but maybe itâ€™s necessary to have different burners for DVD’s and CDâ€™s in order reach greater quality?[/QUOTE]
If you are using an inkjet printer, the discs that you linked to are not inkjet compatible. You will need the Smart White printable, which is the best looking matte(not glossy) printable available, or the Smart Guard glossy waterproof printables. Which printer are you using?
I see there are plenty of Optiarc AD7200S burners available at Ebay UK. That has been and continues to be the most reliable top-notch CD and DVD burner for me. I keep a stock of them ready to replace any that wear out. That one is the SATA model. The AD7200A is the IDE version of that drive.