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CMC Pro Blank CDs - Powered by TY Technology

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CMC Pro - Powered by TY Technology CD Recordable Media

With JVC/Taiyo Yuden leaving the blank media business in 2015, CMC jumped at the opportunity to acquire Taiyo Yuden's proven manufacturing technology to launch its CMC Pro line of premium blank CDs. For years, professionals trusted Taiyo Yuden CD-Rs for their unmatched quality, and now, CMC Pro CDs, powered by Taiyo Yuden's technology, are made to the same strict specifications and high quality standards. As a result, CMC Pro CDs live up to the long-established reputation of Taiyo Yuden/JVC for low failure rate, high playback compatibility, and outstanding print surfaces.

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Note to Consumer: JVC/Taiyo Yuden stopped manufacturing its high-quality DVDs and CDs on 12/31/15.

The good news is that these CMC Pro - Powered by TY CD-Rs are now available. "Powered by TY" means that CMC manufactures these CDs using authentic Taiyo Yuden dye material and manufacturing processes, the technology behind the Taiyo Yuden blank CDs that for years set the quality standard for all blank discs. Once all our JVC/Taiyo Yuden products are no longer in-stock, equivalent "Powered by TY" products, like these, will replace them. Please feel free to contact us with any questions!

About Powered by TY products
The Taiyo Yuden brand is known to professionals for its virtually nonexistent failure rate and universal player compatibility. Normally sold in large quantities to professional disc publishing houses, these discs are available to everyone in small and large quantities at MediaSupply.com. Taiyo Yuden manufactured the first CD-R disc. As one of Japan's largest chemical companies, Taiyo Yuden worked with Sony and Phillips to produce the dye material that stores the data on CD-Rs, and today, these Powered by TY CD-Rs feature this proven Japanese dye technology.

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