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Does these Ritek Go4's look like the right ones

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by sjg1999xp, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. sjg1999xp

    sjg1999xp Guest

    I think these are OK but they say HUD branded but I think they meant HUB, the case looks the same as ones I previously bought that were good. I Thanks for the help, Steve

    Ridata G04 1X-4X DVD-R (Matte Top Hud Branded) Bulk by Ritek

    http://www.shop4tech.com/item2285.html
     
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    err yea these does looks like the right ones, as long as der case iz der same.
     
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    Thanks, I just ordered from shop4tech, 49.00 with free shipping is decent enough for me. Thanks Steve G.
     
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    I ordered Ridata G04 1X-4X DVD-R (Matte Top Hud Branded) Bulk by Ritek, what is the differenec between go4 and g05, is there a quality difference? Thanks

     
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     .. The difference between the G04 and G05 Ritek discs is that the G05s can be burned at 8X ...
     
  8. sjg1999xp

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    Well, at the most I burn at is 4x but you are saying the quality is exactly the same and what about price, which is better. Thanks
     
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     ...I never burn faster than 2X, I think that I get a much better burn (and more compatible discs) that way ... As far as the prices ... they fluctuate a lot ... whatever you get the best deal on ... I usually buy +R discs because the Ricoh that's in my computer only uses +R ... But when I see a good deal on -R, I'll grab 'em because my Lite On set top recorder will use any discs I put in it ... The quality on the 4x and 8X is always good ... Since you're using the -R format, if you see any Pioneer Certified ProDisc for a good price, try some out the quality is really good on them also ...
     
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    Thanks, I appreciate the help
     

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