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Old 15 May 2007, 08:40 AM   #61
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Old 15 May 2007, 08:45 AM   #62
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Closest to me is Kingston, which I visit in the summer. Next time I'm down they better have some in stock,lol.
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Old 15 May 2007, 09:12 AM   #63
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http://www.blankdvdmedia.com/product...iny_Silver.php

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the canadacomnputers disks were tyg02's right?
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the canadacomnputers disks were tyg02's right?
Yes they are, nice catch Chewy that is too high. Never purchased from that place, which seem to be a good thing.
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Taiyo Yuden always get my vote, we continue to put out trouble free Taiyos for 3 years now to our clients, and haven't heard as much as a peep about compatibility or reliability problems.

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Old 16 Jan 2008, 11:55 AM   #67
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Recently the local WalMart had SONY AccuCORE DVD +R 1x-16x discs SONY D21-000 for $10.94 per 50 pk. Are they any good.
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B or B+ but not A
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Pickup some windata DVD's. Has anyone ever heard of this brand. I was curious so I bought them. And I found out that it is made by Verbatim.
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 03:11 PM   #70
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doctor use the search here for windata

don't open the package return it
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 03:33 PM   #71
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Only paid $5 I will give them to my son to burn music on.
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I've been using Memorex to burn my movies for years, but I have never used Ty or Verb the recommened brand. Are they that much of a different? Meaning, are they big different in picture quality and audio? To me Memorex is doing a B job for me. Does anyone have an input on this? Please, excuse me for being a beginner. Wish I have read these posting sooner.
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their quality are all over the place from good to very bad, when you hit one bad pack you will know it
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Thanks NightTran! I will keep that in mind.
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So, i'm guessing it will show the quality of its disk through SmartBurn, right? I just learn about SmartBurn from other discussions. I will most definitely test it today. And will pick up some Verb disks on the way home. =)
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