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Diskmakers Plextor 15 disc sample

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by bratcher, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. bratcher

    bratcher Active member

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    www.discmarket.com

    A bit more expensive then Metitline or Rima but for $4.99 (shipping) I can't complain about the free discs. Here is the info on them.

    Manufacturer : TYG02
    Code : -
    Disc Type : DVD-R
    Usage : General
    Recording Layer : -
    Recording Speed : 4 X - 16 X
    Capacity : 4.38 GB
    4706076672 Bytes
    Additional Capacity : -
    Overburn Capacity : -

    On the site they are listed as 8x speed. I used the special URL & code on the card that came with my Plextor DVDRW (px 716a) drive & they just arrived by UPS. Inside the box was a 25 disc cakebox with 15 DVD-R's in it, a DVD mailer sample, 15 paper sleeves & a DVD video with a plant tour. Not bad! They gave me more then I asked for...

    I think I'm set on DVD's for awhile. 10 Maxells (bought at Walgreens the other day.) 3 Imation 2x Ritek G03's I got from my dad plus the 12 disc DVD-R sampler from Rima. 40 discs to burn.
     
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  2. kenneth1

    kenneth1 Regular member

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    I got the same thing you did when I bought my Plextor drive, knew from past experience the disks where TY, thats all that I buy now are TY inkjet printables
     
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    Discmaker is more expensive then Rima or Meritline as I've said before. Will buy TY's from now on as they are wonderful discs both CDR & DVD!
     
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    kenneth1 Regular member

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    Yes I know that, I buy my disks from rima, I was just stating I got the same deal as you did
     
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    Yes I agree. TY is great media (both CDR & DVD) and Rima seems better (in customer service) then Meritline...

    At least Rima gives free samples of some of it's products. Meritline won't do that.
     

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