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anybody tried Leda or Optodisc DVD-RW's (comments)

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by jd-, Nov 18, 2002.

  1. jd-

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    hey..just wondering if anybody here has tried the leda or optodisc brand dvd-rws that a bunch of sites are selling right now for around a buck a piece

    these okay for data and testing movies?
    hows the quality
    etc. etc. etc.

    any comments are appreciated and thanks in advance.
     
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    rawr...

    certainly somebody on here has tried these?!

     
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    I have purchased Leda at SF/Oakland computer show and I have made backups of 8 Movies (16 Dvd-r) with only 2 coasters. I should be receiving accu, optodisc next week. Princo did not work at all. Will reply back on the status of the accu & optodisc.

    Sony DRU500a ver 1.0D, Pent IV 2.4, 512mb, 40G HD, 80G Firewire HD
     
  4. Sproing

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    I've tried the optodisc dvd-rw purely for data and so far everything has worked fine.
     
  5. jd-

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    alright sounds good, i ordered them now...

    i'm not interested too much in the long time data storage on them, me n a friend are just using the dvd-rw's for large fast and reusable data transportation overseas :D

     
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  6. TAZ345

    TAZ345 Guest

    I've tried Optodisc with a Sony500a writer and a Sony dvd player and they work fine. Also work fine with my GE dvd player.
     
  7. jl6106

    jl6106 Guest

    they're pretty good for xbox backups
     

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