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Best DVD+R (USA)

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by duece2626, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. duece2626

    duece2626 Member

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    I live in the USA and I'm wondering what DVD+R's would work best? I have an Avion DVD Recorder(looks exactly like Philips 72) that records on +R/+RW's. Thanks for the help!!
     
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    Really doesn't matter where you live sir. Taiyo Yuden is
    the best blank DVD media you can buy whether - or +. Now
    where you can buy it is another matter. I have no idea
    where to purchase them in the USA. Good Luck, Zeide.
     
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    Thanks for the response. I wasn't sure whether where you live mattered or not. So the TY dics are the best? I will check around to find the best prices. Thank you once again.
     
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    Glad to help. If they are genuine Taiyo Yuden Blank disks
    then it doesn't matter where you live as the are all made
    by TY. Where you purchase them is another matter. Maybe
    someone on here can recommend an online site for you to
    make your TY purchase. Being Canadian my source would be
    of little help to you here in Canada. Thanks, Zeide.
     
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    I was just going to ask if there was an online store that I could buy these from. I saw on Rima.com that I can get a 100 pack for $48.00. Is this a good deal?
     
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    After doing alot of searching, I'm going to get the TY DVD+R 100 pack from Rima.com for $48.00. This seems like the best deal that I could find! Hope they work good!
     
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    Newegg.com has Taiyo Yuden DVD+R and DVD-R media in a 50 cake pack...
    but their price is 37 bucks plus 3.50 shipping.
     
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    Scuba, I just checked out newegg.com. Their price of $37.00 is for a 50 pack, not 100.
     
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    Yep.. that's what I was saying when I used the word, But...

    ahhhhhh, now after I re-read it I see what you mean.

    I knew that and was trying to show that your deal on the 100 is oviously way better. Sorry for the confusion.
     
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    I buy my TY disks from meritline.com. They just raised thier prices a bit, so they're the same as rima's, and rima.com is supposed to be a good seller, so you should be fine with them.
     
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    The only thing you have to take into account when buy Ty's is how you are going to print on them. Some are ink jet printable. Some are for thermal printers and some are for neither. I like ink jet but they are more money.
     
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    Nothing like a nice Sharpie for me...Now if I could only remember what this DVD is all about...
     
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    I just plan on using a Sharpie to write on the disks. Too much work to print and it wastes ink.
     
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    With my Epson R200 printer it is easier than a sharpie. I go to this website and download any dvd disk cover I want, takes about 1 minute. Then I import it into my printer softwear as a background. Then just press print. Looks just like the original DVD.
     
  15. vanillam

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    Hi vatsim5
    I am Canadian and a Newbieas well, would appriciate if you could recommend how & where to buy good quality DVD+R. Not necessarily the most expensive ones.
    :)Thanks
    Vanilla the Real Newbie
     
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    Morning Vanillam. Best place for a Canadian to purchase
    DVD media online is http://www.blankmedia.ca They
    are reputable, honest and have great prices. I buy all
    my Taiyo Yuden there. Genuine TY. Glad to help. Zeide
     
  17. vanillam

    vanillam Guest

    Hi Zeide,
    Glad you helped me. :)
    Thanks a bunch for the advice.
    Vanilla the Real Newbie
     
  18. aabbccdd

    aabbccdd Guest

    noone metioned the supermediastore.com you might check them out too.
     
  19. jpicc1113

    jpicc1113 Guest

    Best deal on blank media is Tiger Direct....Philips 100 blank DVD's 29.95.....
     

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