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Ul-Tran DVD Media

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by bardie, Jan 5, 2005.

  1. bardie

    bardie Regular member

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    I was givin some of these disc's and I have not really heard about them before.
    Does anyone have any experience with these?
     
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    bardie Regular member

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    Sounds like no one has heard of these......lol
     
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    colw Active member

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    Have brought and used a couple of packs - have not had any major probs with them to date.

    They are made in Tiawan.

    They are reasonably cheap (apprx $10Aust for 20).
     
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    bardie Regular member

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    OK, thanks for that, I will give them a go then.
     
  5. zenzen453

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    I was using Ultran before but that was a year ago. They are really cheap now but errors are high on these discs. But I recommend NOT using these discs. Disadvantages : Circle rings, redundant errors, high burn rate failure.
    I have now switched to Prodisc(only use 4X DVD-R though) and Ritek/RiData and have had no issues with them using my Pioneer 106D and 107D burners.
     
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    I bought some of the Ultran 4X DVD-R From EKATOMI.COM . And My conclusion is if you got them for free use them but ! dont expect to much ! as other afterdawn members have mentioned they are cheap media . Mine some worked well some did'nt most did'nt . with brand name media selling weekly at bestbuy/compusa/circuitcity- for under .50 cent apiece or from online retailers @ various prices - why archive your games/data or movies on crappy media ? I've only used mine for dvd backups and out of 100 I purchased I still have about 70 or eighty unused. in conclusion I would'nt put anything rare or important on them but that's me everybodies burners are different so yours might do well with them . I would stick to branded media myself -Peace
     
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