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Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/9/2004 12:49:35 PM   
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I'm thinking of buying a lot of them ( around 1200 to 1800) BUT
i thought to ask your opignion of them,
Since i haven'd seen them on this forum.

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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/9/2004 12:52:54 PM   
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Euh btw i have bought a 100pc first, any tips for testing them ?

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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/9/2004 1:25:40 PM   
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Teac DV-W50EN
That's my drive but, i'm not just going to use them with my drive
I'm buying it with a couple of friend's so they are cheaper that way
So if any of u have any expirience with de dvd-r's?


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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/9/2004 2:01:45 PM   
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Disc Type...............................: DVD-R, Vers. 2.2
Manufacturer ID.........................: ONIDTECH
Disc Size...............................: 120 mm
Number of Layers........................: 1
Linear Density..........................: 0.267 Ám/bit
Track Density...........................: 0.74 Ám/track
Application code........................: 40: Disc for unrestricted use, Consumer purpose disc
Track pitch.............................: 0,74 Ám
Reference velocity......................: 3,49 m/s
Reflectivity............................: 45% to 85%
Media Type..............................: Organic dye
Last adr. of Data Recordable Area.......: FD9ED8h (16621272)
OPC code (recommanded recording power)..: 10.5 mW

Hersteller dieser DVDs ist UL-TRAN Taiwan.
Don't know what Hersteller means but i think fabricator or somthing like that.

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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/13/2004 4:11:36 PM   
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Just bought a spindle of 50 for Candian dollars $45 that is 90 Canadian cents each.

My LG 4040 can't burn it at 4X but 2X but what the hack it is cheap and 1st burn don't seems to have problem, using firmware A302. Flashed to A303 but still can only burn at 2X, haven't try an actual burn with this firmware version yet.

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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/14/2004 3:40:33 PM   
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As far as I can tell, that media is pretty crappy. My Pioneer DVR-107 fails on every 4x write attempt. It burns "ok" at 2x, but I can get cheaper media that burns "ok" at 4x, and "good" at 2x, so I don't see any good reason to get it.

I do like the freaky mirrored surface though... I might buy a couple to keep as mirror replacements [:p]


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RE: Premium DVD-R 4x speed Recordable - 3/19/2004 7:54:00 AM   
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Hey just burned the media on a lite-on 4x Burner at a friend of mine.
Tested it with Nero ch speed and it gave a perfect curve ?
> with a LG burner it indeed only wants to burn at 2x
Maybe with new firmware ?

I'm pretty satisefied with them [:p]
so far

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