for a music CDR, inkjet printable dig audio CDR's? Do they exist?

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Judy Y, May 2, 2004.

  1. Judy Y

    Judy Y Stunt Coordinator

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    Does anyone know where to get digital audio CDR's that are inkjet printable?? I have searched and searched and can only find them for computer cd rewritable drives.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Judy
     
  2. Sean Moon

    Sean Moon Cinematographer

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    Memorex makes the only ones that I have seen, as I have a spindle on my desk. You need an inkjet printer that has the function to print directly onto the disc itself, I think Epson has a model, them or Lexmark. You put the disc in a cartridge and it loads through the back of the printer and feeds straight through to the front and under the ink heads, printing on the discs surface. I do not have a printer that does this, but we sell them at work. I simply bought these discs because it would allow me to put personalized artwork of my making on them directly. Little did I know the surface of them does not really like markers or pens, as it somehow dries them up quickly.
     
  3. JohanD

    JohanD Stunt Coordinator

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    Can't you use standard CD-R's in a set-top cd recorder? I have only used PC based, but have had experience printing on CDR's.
     

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