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RITEK - Before I buy...

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by DigitalSk, Sep 28, 2004.

  1. DigitalSk

    DigitalSk Regular member

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    Good Day,

    I want to make sure that this is a good media before I buy them.They are Ritek (RIdata) Pack of 100 DVD's for 67$USD Here's the link: http://www.blankdvdmedia.com/ridata4x+sm.php?lang=fr

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    I have these Verbatim for 50$USD ( DVD+R): http://www.oversearch.net/products/dvdroffer.html
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  2. busta00

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    shop4tech.com have some for pretty cheap, that's where i get mine. check it out.
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Those are the very same RiDATA that I use and they've been very good to me :)
     
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    DigitalSk, I have a standalone Sony DVD Recorder, a high end Sony DVD Player as well as a pc Sony Dual Layer burner. What I have found is that that both standalone Sony's are fussy about the cheaper brands of disks they will play, particularly with +R or -R disks, as opposed to RW disks. However the Ritek disks are fine at a very good price.
    Word of mouth says that Riteks seem to play in many players so my advice is to try one or two first before committing to a spindle buy.
     

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