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cheap blank cds

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by AshG, Mar 6, 2002.

  1. AshG

    AshG Member

    So where are they?

    Where's the cheapest place to get em? I'm not exactly downtown, so if you have couple suggestions or just chain stores in general(esp. out markham and beyond way) I'd appreciate it.

    ps - just the cds by the way, i don't need cases.
  2. stir-fry

    stir-fry TRIBE Member

    look up Computer Ultra

    i think they are at Warden and Denison now.
  3. Jazz

    Jazz TRIBE Member

    Radio Shack has a sale on right now... Maxell 50 CD-R spindle for $45, plus a $20 rebate, so only $25...
  4. AshG

    AshG Member

    Do you happen to know if I need to do anything special to get the rebate?(some flyer or something?)
  5. swenard

    swenard TRIBE Member

    100 80min cd's @ futureshop in a box for $40. they advertise $50 but when you check out it comes to $40
  6. matty

    matty TRIBE Member

    Infonec in markham has spindels of 50 for $24. They're from some SmartBuy company but I've burnt a whole lot of them and never had a bad disc.
  7. AshG

    AshG Member

    Are you talking about the cds with that have a green and blue finish on them, with some weird looking character dancing around on top?
    I have a whack of those, but I'll be using these cds as promotional things, so I don't really want that ugly ass green shit showing through whatever I put on top...
  8. AshG

    AshG Member

    how does that work?!
  9. matty

    matty TRIBE Member

    That's them. I think you can buy completely blank top CDR's around someplace. They're more expensive though.
  10. swenard

    swenard TRIBE Member

    Don't ask me I've bought two packages now and never bother to ask!

    The same thing happened a year or two ago where when you went to the checkout they were ten dollars less then advertised.
  11. Che

    Che TRIBE Member

    Wal Mart has 50 packs for $40.22 total
  12. cdp

    cdp TRIBE Member

    How about those mini memorex cdr's? Anyone know where you can get those?
  13. [- FuNKtiOn -]

    [- FuNKtiOn -] TRIBE Member

    on a side CDR question, are there any specific brands of CDR's that are better for recording sound than others?
    any brands to avoid?
    any recommendations?
  14. AshG

    AshG Member

    saw em at staples the other day.
    they look cool but the hold only 21 minutes.
  15. Jazz

    Jazz TRIBE Member

    It's a mail-in rebate I believe... you get it when you buy the CD's...
  16. LoopeD

    LoopeD TRIBE Member

    Bought a stack of generics at a place in Mississauga -
    100 for 49.99. So generic that there are no markings whatsoever on em..........

    They work excellently, too.

    Located at Brittania one light east of Highway 10.

  17. air-bag

    air-bag TRIBE Member

    If you want CDRS that last.... get TDK from costco (markham)

    80min 100 pack for ~70$
  18. Silverback

    Silverback TRIBE Member

    Anyone know where you can buy those blank top cd's?
  19. SneakyPete

    SneakyPete TRIBE Member

    What do you mean? Does CDR actually deteriorate in quality over time after you've burned them?

  20. orange richie

    orange richie TRIBE Member

    The guy that sells me all my computer stuff and does my computer work sells me totaly blank CDR's in 100 packs for $50. They work perfect, I never had a problem with them.

    Rickardo Belmiro de la Cruz...
  21. zoo

    zoo TRIBE Member

    the first few cds i had burned 5-6 years ago are on their death beds

    cds do deteriorate over time
  22. AshG

    AshG Member

    They can. Heat and Light can damage the surface and in any event CDRs should not be expected to last beyond 100 years.

    But if you're wondering about sound quality then no. Digital is
    digital and if the CD can be read, then the quality should be there.

    Some cheap CDs do have surfaces that tend to peel a bit, making them unreadable.
  23. Plato

    Plato TRIBE Member

    are you saying that they come in cases??
    or all 100 cds come in one big box??

  24. swenard

    swenard TRIBE Member

    No cases!

    what I mean is they're so cheap they don't put them on a spindle they're just in the box on top of cheap other. they work great though and they're rated 24x.
  25. Plato

    Plato TRIBE Member

    no cases? :(

    p[l]a+0 <--likes jewel cases dammit!

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