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4X DVD-R with medicode RITEK M02: Good or bad?

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by Siem, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. Siem

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    Hi, I'm from hungary and here we have a guy who's saying he is the one and only Ritek Distributor, and several times he is telling some news on his site, usually I think they are fake, but I'm curius about this thing:

    [bold]RITEK M02[/bold]

    He is saying it's completely bullshit, the worst Ritek ever only worth for dropping into a litterbasket.
    The other side is SVP, they have RIDATA with this mediacode, which is known as official brand for Ritek. But that means for me it's a good quality.
    Who's right?
    The site where this comes from is www.gavi.hu, but it's only in hungarian.
     
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  3. jase

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    Ritek M02 are fine, but they're not as good as G04 -- they're based on a cheaper dye formulation.
     
  4. Siem

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    Thanks for the replies, I red the reviews, and jase if it's a cheaper dye, than why it is Ridata branded? I mean Ridata is known as A Grade, or it's an A Grade as well, only not as good as G04?
     
  5. jase

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    It can be a cheaper dye and still be an A-Grade disc. The grading system refers to the quality of manufacture, not the dye (which doesn't change from an A-Grade G04 right down to D-Grade or below).
     

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