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dvd+r phillips

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Pdasterly, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Pdasterly

    Pdasterly Member

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    I picked up a 100pk for 23 bucks @ tigerdirect and they work with my v7 ps2. They are 2.4x but I burn my games slow anyway
     
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    they should. The only way to tell for sure how good they are is looking at the manuf code.
     
  3. abx

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    I used Philips for a while and then after a few problems switched brands. I don't know why but I can't get very many of the newer games to work with Philips but I have not had any problems with Taiyo Yuden. I would suggest using the Philips for older games and TY's, Ritec G 4's or Verbatim for the newer games. Just my opinion
     
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    Philips dvd+r 4x runs all of my games on slimline.
     
  5. EvilJohn

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    I always us Philips 4x to burn my dvd-backups and it works flawessly, however i never tried it to backup PS2-games so i don't know whether it will work or not. any one knows if these dvd's are any good for backing up my precious baby's? :p
     
  6. Pdasterly

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    I made live 2005 with memorex 8x disc and burned at 8x, but the video's has skips and jumps. I reburned with the 2.4x disc and now plays perfect.
    Disc ID: CMC MAG-R01-00
     
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    I use Phillips all the time for all my back ups.
    I use the 8X DVD-R and they work perfect with both my V7 and slim PSTwo
     

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