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"PrimeDisc CD-R is unbeatable" according to PrimeDisc


"...PrimeDisc leads the way in CD-R media, achieving top marks and a 'Highest Recommendation' in a recent test carried out by the influential German trade magazine, Stereoplay.

No less than thirty-three CD-R discs were put under the spotlight, enduring a series of comprehensive tests to determine the best performer on the market. Using a selection of popular recorders to conduct the test, Stereoplay ranked media for signal and error levels and sound quality. The PrimeDisc Professional 74 minute 650 MB disc proved a clear winner, judged 'outstanding' for reflectivity and block error rates with an 'extremely clear' grading for signal quality at 8 -12x disc recording speed. This excellent result earned PrimeDisc top spot in the test and acclaim from the magazine for delivering maximum sound quality at a very affordable price of 1.39DM.

Furthermore, world-renowned independent test laboratories have given PrimeDisc top marks for consistently strong and error-free performance while confirming our media are ready for future 16x drives..."



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