Question about TDK 4.7GB ( 120 minute ) 4x DVD-RW DVD Disc - with Jewel Case
I live in Portland, Victoria, Australia and used to be able to purchase these from **** Smiths Electronics, but they can no longer get them. Can you help me find out where I can continue to purchase these in Australia?
All you guys looking for AUDIO burner CDs' should try the MEMOREX CD-R MUSIC CDs. These are a new product, released to REPLACE the TDK XA80 AUDIO CDs.
Stocks are a bit low right now - but only because this is a new product - and people like me are buying up big.
'Tanya' at JB Hi Fi in Erina Fair on the NSW Central Coast, has promised me that she will be ordering plenty of these discs because she is aware of our dilema. Apparently Head Office of JB HiFi has also advised their numerous stores of this MEMOREX product and they should all be having them in stock shortly.
Red cardboard box with 10 blank CDs in slim jewel cases. Marked "Memorex Music CD-R" 700MB (80min) Mine cost me $8.95c for this pack of ten.
These work fine on my stand alone, Hi-Fi LG dual tray burner and also on a mates' Pioneer CD burner. Good luck and thank God for Memorex!
Gary, Gosford NSW.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I have a Phillips CDR870 and simply use the swap disk trick. Put in a blank Audio CD disk (if you have one) The player recognizes the disk and accepts it. Then slowly pull the CD tray out and replace CD with a cheap consumer (computer cd blank) Push tray back in and start recording onto the cheap disk. Then when finished finalize as usual. This may not work on other machines( but you can try) It does work on the Phillips CDR870. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 25, 2012
**** Smith Australia is selling verbatim cdr audio 5 packs for $5.94
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
My problem is not having issues getting a CD that will record in my unit, it is that nothing I have found has the reproduction quality of the XA80. Their quality is as good as a pre-recorded CD, you cannot tell the difference, all others I have tried loose so much, they are very toppy, nowhere near the rich quality of TDK XA80.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
I have found that there are two alternatives. TDK now make a replacement for the XA80, called simply CD-R Audio "For CD-R Audio Recorders". It is in a (mainly) green cover with a flue swirl. I rang TDK and spoke to a helpful girl called Lena who asked where I lived and gave me the address of my nearest stockist. I live in Sydney's eastern suburbs and bought it from Continental Records in Mascot. I was sceptical that it would work but it does. Also, this place stocks a Verbatim equivalent called Audio CD-R which, like the old XA80 is specifically marked Compact Disc Digital Audio Recordable. Bot TDK and Verbatim are 80 minute CD's and both work on my Yamaha CD Recorder.
Hope this is helpful to anyone still trying
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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