Should you use cheap CDR’s for your music?

In the case of blank CDs, steer clear of those cheap no-name bulk CD offers, unless you don’t care about how long the disk will last. Meanwhile, don’t pay extra for ‘audio’ CDs for your computer’s CD burner. They’re really designed for those high-end, real-time CD recorders.


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  1. Yes! Cheap CDR’s are mostly as reliable as brande, especially the Ritek unbranded grade A. They are available for 10 pence each which is half as much as a flopy disc and much more reliable