Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by Neromania, May 23, 2003.
Can we start a thread on which color optodiscs 1x dvd-r's are best? thanx
I thought the only difference is the colour of the writable surface.
Burning surface is identicle.
I have been using the blue Optodisc for quite some time and haven't had a single coaster with them. I recently bought the gold and they are terrible. Out of the 50 discs I've only been able to burn about 11. I'm not sure if there is a difference, but I'm sticking with the blue.
I like using the blue optodisc myself. They are very reliable from my experience. I usually purchase them from http://www.precisioncddvd.com. They're priced at $86.95 for a hundred pack. One of the cheapest price I've seen so far.
Does anybody else know of some good places to buy good quality Blank DVDs online..
http://www.precisioncddvd.com is a good one..
I'm with homer. I thought that the discs were the same, only the coating was different. I've only used the blue branded ones. Haven't had any problems.
I've heard different things, some say the gold are better, others say the gold tops are garbage. Is there a difference?
mrayfu, as far as price goes, most of the online stores are about the same. What's most important to me is reliability and service when there is a problem. I've read too many posts from other people about bad experiences with online vendors of media. From personal experience, precisioncddvd.com (http://www.precisioncddvd.com) is the best when it comes to speed and service. Very helpful people. I just wish they had a larger selection!
holy smokes, whats up with the constant shout outs for http://www.precisioncddvd.com. ....engrave it in our heads
...oh by the way, i heard good things about http://www.precisioncddvd.com. ...oh and b4 i forget, i truley recomend http://www.precisioncddvd.com.
ummm... yeah.... ok... Getting a little too excited there Nero.
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