Picture the scene: you’ve made the perfect CD. Every track is perfect and you’re positive that it’s the ultimate road trip soundtrack. You’ve even printed off a customised label and it looks great… until you apply it and realise in horror, that it’s off-centre. Nightmare.
If you find yourself often printing out CD labels, you might find that a dedicated CD/DVD printer is right for you. In just a few seconds, you have a gorgeous image printed directly onto your disk. To help you decide, we’ve created a list of the best CD printers on the market to help you stop sweating the small things and get you back on the road in record time.
Best CD Printers 2017 – Compared
Below you’ll find a quick technical overview of our top recommendations. This will give you a taste of the types of products we’ve reviewed and allow you to quickly compare them. Don’t worry if this seems a bit brief, we’ll go more in-depth with each product in just a minute. We have found these to be the best CD printers of all time.
|Product Name||Screen Specs||Colour Print Resolution|
|Canon MX922||3” LCD||Up to 9600x2400|
|Canon MG7720||3.5” touchscreen||Up to 9600x2400|
|Epson XP-640 Expression||2.7” touchscreen||5760x1440|
|Brother MFCJ825DW||3.3” touchscreen||6000x1200|
So, with that out of the way, we’re now going to take a closer look at each CD/DVD printer. Each printer in this list is a great product, but that said, we’ll weigh the strengths, weaknesses and overall usefulness of each model honestly and fairly, beginning with the Canon MX922.