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Old 22 Feb 2007, 03:12 PM   #1
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Default Question about 100pk Dynex bought at BB on Black Friday

Hey guys I have a quick question. I actually did some searching in the forums and saw a similar question but there were no replies to it. Someone please reply to this one. I happened to get my hands on a few 100pk spindels of dynex dvd-r's from Best buy on black friday for five bucks. At first I was kind of worried about the quality of these discs. I then ran DVD Identifier and got the results below....I crossed referenced these results with this link http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm So evidently this is pretty good media right??? Im a noob...so if I didnt conduct this post right plz dont be to hard on me.......Thanks for you time guys!

Unique Disc Identifier : [DVD-R:MCC 03RG20 ]
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Disc & Book Type : [DVD-R] - [DVD-R]
Manufacturer Name : [Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.]
Manufacturer ID : [MCC 03RG20 ]
Blank Disc Capacity : [2,298,496 Sectors = 4.71 GB (4.38 GiB)]
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Burn the DVDs, test them with Kprobe or Nero DVD Speed, watch the burned DVDs...
Do you like the results?
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Burn the DVDs, test them with Kprobe or Nero DVD Speed, watch the burned DVDs...
Do you like the results?

Yes camellote, I am pleased so far but that is besides the point. I dont want to be 100 dvds burned down the road and find out that I have random bad burns because of crappy media. (I already had to start all over with my collection once because I was burning faster than I should have been and didnt know and better, some were fine some skipped) That's basically what I'm trying to avoid...So watching one or two that I burn really doesnt answer my question.
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Burn the DVDs, test them with Kprobe or Nero DVD Speed, watch the burned DVDs...
Do you like the results?

that's all you can really do even with premium branded media besides for verify every burn
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