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Copying a dvd to a dual layer dvd?

Discussion in 'Video problems with Mac' started by speters, Aug 10, 2005.

  1. thelox714

    thelox714 Regular member

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    i havent used them on a denon.. i havent used DL discs yet. but i know i would much rather use verbs. i hear thru the grapevine that some.. not all, memorex DL were made by ridata or some other company that was very good.. i cant remember..

    use a search for memorex DL and it should be there
     
  2. Ken24

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    Thanks for your advice. Went out today and bought some Verbatim DL's and the first burn worked just fine on the Denon. Had a second memorex single layer fail tonight so I've lost confidence in them. I'm moving forward with the Verbatim and hopefully they'll do the trick. Keeping my hopes up that these DL disks will get cheaper soon! Cheers

    Ken
     
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    thelox714 Regular member

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    yeah.. you'll have tons and tons of ppl in her at aD that will tell you how much memorex ... memosux
     
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    kivory666 Regular member

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    hmm....i wonder who says anything bad about memorex? LOL~ :)

    Verbatim is THE WAY to go~! for single AND DLs~

    docTY~
     

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