I have read a bunch of crazy opinions that are all over the place about putting CD labels on their CD/DVDs.
Could people who have burnt a lot of blank CD/DVD and USE labels please respond.
I don't like to have any CD or DVD not labeled, so I know what the heck it is and have song list, or video information on it.
I never had problems with various types, full face, which I prefer for music because there is more room for a song list or the standard types.
I have always used Matte Finish labels.
I have used
Neato (full and standard),
Avery Afterburner full face labels (my favorite, but I do not use them anymore because the price is too high, especially because they only sell them in low quantities)
Meritline full face matte (they are the cheapest garnbage in the world, they software format is off for them so they never line up as they should. Cheap garbage).
I used to use a Canon S750 jey printer, great printer, but went to my son.
Canon i850 - Great printer
Sometimes I do simple black and white, sometimes I put pictures on there, totally varies.
People who use them all of the time, do you think that label problems are a myth, I do.
My opinion is if the DVD or CD reader or stand alone player is of low quality (price has nothing ot do with quality), and they run very hot or the printer is crappy (like the newer outsources HPs, the HPs from a year and older are excellent, but t hoses days are gone), maybe there will be problems.
But that problems anyone has had are more due to poor readers/players which will cause othjer problems anyway.
Please tell me about your experiences and opinions !!