From: Vancouver, B.C. Canada
Laffin: ouch, sounds like you had a bad day or something, please don't take it out on me. This is a forum, and I have an opinion. I also happen to have experience. I may be new here, but I've been burning CD for about 5 years now, and I've been using CMCs for most of that time. and I have never, and I mean NEVER had a problem with their CD-RWs, have you ever tried a CMC CD-RW??? they're alot better then Princo, I can tell you that, at least they don't start flaking after a few uses. are CMCs good quality? well, I think that's up to each person and their burner to decide. They ARE cheaper then Taiyo Yuden and Mitsui, and in most cases good enough for the task. And as manager of a CD-media store, I tell you, I could not in good conscience recommend Taiyo Yuden over CMC to a person who'd be only keeping the CD for a week, or only filling it up a quarter of the way (since CMCs only have problems after 65min or so *IF* they do). I know the CDs I sell, and I PERSONALLY use CMC very often. I don't need to "get rid of them" as they sell rather well. SO if you have a beef with me, or my opinion, take it to me in e-mail, not in the forum.
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