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Yamaha Introduces New High-Speed 16x CD-R Media

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Yamaha Introduces New High-Speed 16x CD-R Media

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Yamaha Corp. of America has announced the release of 16x professional-grade media to complement its new CRW2100 Light-Speed Series 16x10x40x CD-RW recorders and high-quality CD-R/RW recording media. According to the company, the new media is ideal for any type of storage, from data to photos to music. Since the launch of its first certified recordable media in September 1999, Yamaha has continued to offer the high-grade CD-R/RW media to help eliminate quality problems caused by the proliferation of low-quality media products in the marketplace.

The new products include the CDR74M1610, a 10-pack, jewel-cased, 74-minute, 650-MB, 16x-certified CD-R disc package; CDR74M1650, an economical 50-pack spindle, 74-minute, 650-MB, 16x-certified CD-R package; and the CDR80M1610, a 10-pack, jewel-cased, 80-minute, 700-MB, 16x-certified CD-R package.

"Yamaha is committed to bringing the highest quality and fastest CD recording gear to the marketplace," said Allen H. Gharapetian, product and marketing manager at Yamaha's Consumer Products Division. "Our new, professional-grade 16x media perfectly complements Yamaha's latest Light-Speed recorders--the industry's fastest--offering a complete, high-speed solution. …

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