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blanl single speed DVD-R or -RW

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  1. Jammers123

    Jammers123 Member

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    My old Symphonic VHS to DVD unit will not read any of the new X speed DVDs. Can someone help me locate the old single speed DVD-R or -RWs? I need them badly to copy all of my VHS tapes onto.
     
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    They don't have any single speed DVD-R or -RWs. All they have are the 1-52X. My unit won't read these. Someone who has some very old DVD-r or -RWs on hand is going to be my best bet. Anyone out there with these oldie moldies?
     
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    best bet would be find an old rundown computer store and ask.
     
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    Thanks for the advice. Maybe a better bet is just to buy a new unit!
     
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    CompUSA or Circuit City?
     
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    Nope. They just carry the high speed ones unfortunately,just like Staples. I even called Maxell & they don't make them anymore.
     
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    That would be your best bet. A good one now will probably cost you less than what you paid for your current antique.
     

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