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Best quality DVD+RW?

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by oasis13, Apr 1, 2005.

  1. oasis13

    oasis13 Member

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    Whats the cheapest, best quality rewritable media out at the minute? How much can one expect to pay for 5 disks?
     
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    try memorex, a spindle from walmart in Canada $15.00
     
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    whoops,,, you get 30 in the spindle for $15.00
    good quality.. i usally get 1 or 2 duds out of the 30, so pretty good.
     
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    cool ta

    i live in the uk though :p il have a look at some online stores :)
     
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    I feel really sorry for you guys in the U.K. and all over Europe. They rape you on DVD media because of the royalty fees on blank media, right? I bought a 100 Ritek Ridata 4X DVD+RWs for $30 recently at Newegg. 30 cents a piece for rewritables! And they are pretty high quality - MID is RICOHJPNW11, the same as Fuji and Sony RWs. The only other high-quality RWs I know of are Verbatim.

    I never understood why there's even discussions about Princos and Bulpaq media here, but we in the U.S. are spoiled silly with choices from quality makers like Sony, TDK, Fuji, Verbatim, Maxell, and Ridata - all bought at less than 35 cents a disc. :)
     
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    i get 25 dvd-r for 5 quid online but its 7 quid with postage. thats over 10 dollars i think. in normal shops they charge that for 5 dvd-r :0
     

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