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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by m0use, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. m0use

    m0use Member

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    DVD-R are used to back up movies right? What are DVD+R used for? I always used +R to backup movies but I think I'm just gonna use -R now cause they're cheaper. All DVD players can read -Rs right? Thanks
     
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    Quick Answer,

    There really isn’t a big difference in the type of DVD you would use + or- . It all boils down to personal preference or what most DVD’s players you own will support. If your stand alone DVD players are newer (within 2 years) chances are they will read either + or – just fine. The most important factor when deciding media would be the brand or the manufacturer of the disc. This is a confusing one and talked about in depth all over the forum.

    I would recommend the following brands
    Verbatim
    Taiyo Yuden
    FujiFilm
     

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