Cheapest CD Labels / Software?

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Jul 28, 2008
  1. CorruptJon
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    I just recently burned a shitload of DC games, and I'm looking to buy some disc label paper and print out labels for all my back-ups. Thing is, I don't know which ones to buy, and what software to use with em. Suggestions please?
     
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    I just buy the blank DVDs with the white face so that I can print directly onto them using my printer.

    No idea if that's cheaper than buying labels to print...

    Sorry I know this doesn't answer your question!
     
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    not many people use DISK LABELS now ... most just buy printable disks and a printer thats capable of printing direct onto the top of the disk [​IMG]

    its more reliable and less likely to come off in an device its used in [​IMG]

    disk printing printers are pretty damn cheap now just get one that has compatible inks which are cheaper than the retail branded ones [​IMG]

    Epson do a great range of cheap printers that can print on disks and have a vast amount of compatible ink ranges for them [​IMG]

    I have an Epson r265 that prints great on disks.. cost me £40 ($79.50) [​IMG]
     
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    I use Memorex CD & DVD LabelMaker. I bought it at Wal-Mart last year for like $15 it work pretty good.
     

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