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UK DVD-R Suppliers

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by JMcQueen, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. JMcQueen

    JMcQueen Regular member

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    Can anyone recommend a good supplier in the UK. I've just found (through trial and error) that Traxdata are just about the only disc that will work in my player and now I cant find anymore.
     
  2. AIDEN

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    you after the dark purple traxdata disk matey,
    burns at 1x
     
  3. JMcQueen

    JMcQueen Regular member

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    Thats the one. I tries datasafe classic ritek with the same purple bottom but they dont work as well.
     
  4. StevieT

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    Try cd-rmedia.co.uk, they claim they will have them in stock on 04/02/03 @ 99p inc vat. I have ordered from these in the past and found them to be quite efficeint.
     
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    Tried them, their out of stock until February.
     
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  8. Gotti

    Gotti Guest

    Try Bigpockets they are good and well priced to.

    http//www.bigpockets.co.uk

    Rgds
    Gotti
     
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  9. probsey

    probsey Guest

    I use the bulkpaq lilacs for burning. I haven't had any problems (that weren't of my own doing) with movies or ps2 games as of yet. A cakebox of 25 costs me £17. A reasonable price for something that works...
     

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