CMC Pro 4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs (50-Pack)

CMC Pro 4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs (50-Pack)

CMC Pro 4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs (50-Pack)

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CMC Pro 4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs (50-Pack)

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  • 4.7GB Capacity
  • Up to 16x Write Speed
  • Hub Printable
  • Scratch- and Water-Resistant Coating
  • For Inkjet Printing
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Store important data with this 50-pack of CMC Pro 4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs. These discs feature a matte white coating that resists water and scratches and is hub-printable with inkjet printers.

UPC: 678621011189
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  • 1Description
Media Type DVD-R
Maximum Write Speed 16x
Media Layer Single
Storage Capacity 4.7 GB
Single/Double-Sided Not Specified by Manufacturer
Quantity 50
Packaging Not Specified by Manufacturer
Print Type Inkjet
Printable Area 0.9 to 4.6" / 2.3 to 11.8 cm
Scratch Resistant Yes
Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 5.3 x 5.3 x 3.4"
4.7GB DVD-R Print Plus 16x Discs (50-Pack) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just what the doctor ordered. Quality image reproduction, durable finish, really pleased with this product. Far superior than the last disks I ordered.
Date published: 2016-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from CMC Pro DVD-R w/JVC technology Seem to work as well as the original TY/JVC they replaced.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product CMC took over Taiyo Yuden; the inventor of CD. For years TY produced high-gloss 'watershield' discs which were both glossy and had very vibrant color. Now, when CMC took over, I purchased some of their glossy discs (other ones - not this specific one), and was very unamazed by them. They A) did not have as vibrant colors; blacks were not as deep - slightly gray - and all colors were lighter and not as sharp. But worse, drying time was much longer; you couldnt put it in a sleeve right away, or it would stick to the sleeve, and ink would run onto the 'window'. I happened to notice that the coating was slightly grainy (bumpy) compared to TY.I thought that was it, and left not the most positive review. Then I tried a pack of these. I had bought a few different kinds from CMC to try out, and this one really seems to be like the original TY. The colors are deeper/sharper and more vibrant. But above all, it is instantly dry; even if you give it a strong rub, the ink doesn't go anywhere. (And the other one you didn't have to rub strongly at all...). So apparently there is a difference in the coating solution; these cost close to twice the price - they are not cheap. (The others come in shrink wrap; these in hard containers. The others 100 to a pack; these 50.) I dont know why there isn't any mention of any of this; perhaps you're just supposed to figure it out from the price. All in all, you have this review. Now, regarding the 'watershield' business, TY was not water-proof either; if it got wet, the ink ran - even long after printing. Maybe it's better than other discs; I haven't made a scientific study. But these are definitely nice, glossy and etc. as I've mentioned. So if you're willing to spend more, they may be worth it; these are perhaps the nicest ink-printable discs you can get (unless you specifically want matte). Though it would be nice if they would find a way to bring down the price.
Date published: 2016-12-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from For The Most Part This disc is, for the most part, just like the TY watersheild disc.� But I have to say, they are subpar compared to TY in two categories.� The gloss is NOT as nice as TY's gloss (again, for the most part).� And the disc itself is brittle.� I have had several clients come to me and complain about their discs shattering when they attempt to remove the disc from the DVD case I place them in.� Now, to be fair, the clients are somehow ignorant of the fact that you are supposed to depress the center of the DVD case in order to release the DVD disc, so the customers were stressing and bending the DVD... BUT I tested several DVD discs, including the old TY discs, and some cheapo bigbox DVD discs and all of them withstood the bending and flexing of being pried out of the case and these discs failed.� The point I take away is that CMC is NOT holding to that same materials and workmanship that TY used to and they're simply riding on the coat tails of a once-great product name in order to keep our patronage. Also I have had some failures during duplication with these discs, where I have had exactly ZERO failures with TY products.
Date published: 2017-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good and nice discs Work well; never fail the burn process, and print is relatively photo-quality. Look professional
Date published: 2017-10-16
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