For that large of a quantity no doubt go with Taiyo Yuden, they are simple the best readily available CD’s you can buy.
[QUOTE=korinna420;2179200]I have spent several hours converting old 78 record albums and cassette music to my computer, then I burned them to cd-r, about 150-200 of them.
After a few months the cd’s stopped working completely or just hung-up on a song . . . I am truly frustrated.
After reading several articles I have found that the best cd-r products to use is either the Taiyo Yuden or the MAM-A.
Can both of these products be used on a computer cd-writer and which one do you suggest I use??
I want the best!
Please, can you help??