What I want to know is where you can get Taiyo for $22? Right now I use MAM-A, but I'm willing to switch!
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I own a media duplication company and we have used many thousands of Taiyo Yuden discs. They are well made and the
number of faulty discs we find are minimal. I would be especially wary of any discs you buy off of E-Bay. The savings vs. buying from a legitimate distributor are minimal at best and you might get stuck with a box of "no name" factory rejects being passes off as TYs.
Rather than worrying about saving a few pennies on blank CD-R discs, you might want to consider burning your CD copies on a commercial CD recorder at 1X speed. I've made hundreds just that way and NEVER have playback problems of any type - even with the duplicates I pass on to friends - if the FIRST CD disc is burned at regular playback speed.