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Re: Recommended modern-day burners for CD-Rs

by marurun Wed Dec 13, 2017 2:45 pm

Does any company still make 650 MB discs? Pretty sure those are extinct these days.
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Re: Recommended modern-day burners for CD-Rs

by Sarge Wed Dec 13, 2017 3:02 pm

marurun wrote:Does any company still make 650 MB discs? Pretty sure those are extinct these days.

Nope, I'd be looking for old stock. In a pinch, though, it looks like the Sony 700 MB discs are gonna be my answer.
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