Record your music onto "LP-R's"

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  1. Danny Tse

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    Have to share with everyone what I noticed in a Japanese audio magazine (Audio Accessories?). It was an ad for Mitsubishi Chemical's blank CD-R's. Nothing special, except they look like mini vinyl records. Check it out. I wonder if these are available here in the US....
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  2. Philip Hamm

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    So cool! I want to order 100 of those today. Where can I buy them????

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  3. Danny Tse

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    Philip,

    I wish I know. If I find it somewhere for sale on the 'net, I will post a link.

    I have a bunch of Hong Kong pop CDs re-issued by Universal Music on CDs resembling the above Mitsubishi blank CD-Rs. Of course, those actually contain the image of the center labels on the real vinyl records. But I agree, those Mitsu CD-Rs are sooooo cool!
     
  4. Danny Tse

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    Philip,
    Here you go, US$19.00 for a 10 pack....not too bad.
    Edited in after going thru the site....Yikes! US$10.00 shipping at the minimum! On the other hand, that transparent Pioneer turntable is quite cool.
     
  5. Andrew 'Ange Hamm' Hamm

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    That is unbelievably cool.
     
  6. Philip Hamm

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    Ridiculous or not, I'm gettin' me some.
     
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    Ha ha ha ha! [​IMG]
     
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    The price is kinda ridiculous, especially when you factor in shipping. But think of the "cool" factor of whipping out your digital "LP".
     
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    There actually WERE a few machines that recorded vinyl records way back when- they had 2 tone arms, one for recording and 1 for playback.
     
  11. Danny Tse

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    Jesse,

    I actually saw one of the "current" LP recorders in one of the high-tech magazines, like Wired, this year. It was like $25,000.00 or something like that. Still, wouldn't be as convenient as CD and can't be played in a portable or in the car.

    Which reminded me.....going off in a tangent now.....I see that Motorola is set to release a home theater receiver with build-in DVD player and all sorts of internet connections. I have read some people questioning Motorola building receivers and DVD players (they probably sourced the upcoming receiver/DVD player from an OEM manufacturer). But the name Motorola refers back to the time when the company build Victrola machinces for the car....hence the name Motorola.
     
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    Those are sweet looking! Does it actually record where the "label" is? If so, that's a great dye job!

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    Wow, some of that Japanese stuff is so much cooler than what we have here!! [​IMG]
     
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    Adam,

    It most likely records on the ordinary silver reflective side, on the other side of the "label".

    Mark,

    I totally agree with you. Quick! Someone should come out with 3 1/2" CD-R equivalent of the vinyl 45.
     
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    Very cool. If only they sounded like vinyl! [​IMG]
    Danny, I too saw the LP recorder in a magazine last year. It looked very cool, but I couldn't see using it.
     
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    The link that Danny provided for these Phono CD-Rs offers the following as one of the product's attributes:
     
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    Too Cool! Where's my credit card?
     
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    Micahel said:
     
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    Now you can buy these at your local Target store.....I saw these CD-Rs under the Verbatim brand at $8.99 for a 10 pak. On the back of the packaging, Verbatim is mentioned as a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. So now the cost of recording your own "records" has come down considerably.
     
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    Yeah, they've been avainlabe here for awhile now at futuershop...

    They're in an orange box, they look cool... i think $9.99 for pack of 10 (CANADAIAN DOLLARS)
     

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