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Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by Dav3, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Dav3

    Dav3 Member

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    I got memorex DvD-R got a 25 pack..back a month or mabey more ago, I have had no problem with them they are great in my eyes...now ive herd much diff on here...why is this..they are prodisk witch i found out with Dvdinfopro...now are most memorex shitty makes..like not prodisk..please some info on why they are not liked..and also who makes there disks..and who makes maxells...thanks..just input on getting more DVDS...im now out and dont wana spend on major ones like TY I want good ones i can pick up at futureshop or best buy or other sotres like them. thanks.
     
  2. duece2626

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    I just ordered a 100 pack of TY at Rima.com for $48.00. That seems like a great deal considering they are probably the best disks from what I've read about.
     
  3. Jerry746

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    Dav3, The biggest problem with Memorex is you can't trust them at present time. For the most part, they have been using blanks from a company called CMC Magnetics. CMC produces just about the worst blanks you can buy. Not all Memorex blanks are CMC's but you don't know what you are getting until you get them home and check the media code. TY discs are great as are Ritek and Verbatim. Verbatim is probably the only ones you will find in a local store. I order Riteks in 25 or 50 disc bundles and when I get down to about 10 I reorder. They aren't priced much higher than the cheap stuff if you look for the sales.

    Jerry
     
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    Thats only 48 cents per disc not including postage. And Dav3 probabley paid over 76 cents per disc for discs that won't last. Yet he still thinks he's doing ok.
     
  5. Dav3

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    im sure i paid 19.99 for a pack of 25...canadian thats 16 american for 25..from over priced futurehsop lol
     
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    I order all my discs from Meritline.com. Just ordered 25 white top printable Riteks for $13.25 with free shipping.
    I think thats .53 cent each USD. Ordered them last Wed. night, they will be here tomorrow. About 5 business days.

    Jerry
     
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    TDK - 50-Pack 8x DVD-R Disc Spindle
    DVD-RDCB50
    Reg. Price: $39.99
    You Save: $20.00
    Sale: $19.99
    ( 40 cents per disk )

    * On Sale

    Best Buy, U.S. of A.
     
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    whats the menufacturer code for the tdk?
     
  9. StanH1000

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    TDK 8X DVD-R = TTG02
     

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