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prodisc CDRs - 7/3/2002 11:23:31 AM   
westfield

 

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The prodisc cdrs labelled as bigpockets.
Are these any good?
Anyone with an unbiased opinion please!
Has anyone tried them with a 32X LG flashed to 40X ?

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RE: prodisc CDRs - 7/6/2002 1:33:21 PM   
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OK then, how about a biased opinion ;) - Simon?! Can you tell me a bit more about these cdrs? I have only found very limited info on them.

wf



Edited by - westfield on 07/06/2002 13:36:50

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RE: prodisc CDRs - 7/6/2002 3:54:27 PM   
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We are using Prodisc 80min 32x with good results. However there are Prodisc Clones (SmartBuy) with very bad quality...

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RE: prodisc CDRs - 7/13/2002 11:19:16 AM   
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Why do you say Smart Buys are bad ?

There are many different grades of Smart Buy. The one that is of high quality comes it two colors - the top half (actually a third) is cyan with the the logo, and the other two thirds are either dark blue (Super Blue 24x) or green (24x - 40x). It protective layer is triple-coated.

I've burn hundreds of these and never had a coaster. They also seem reliable.




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RE: prodisc CDRs - 7/14/2002 4:52:58 AM   
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The SmartBuy media we used (80min 1-32X) are really bad. Even they say on top "Certified Quality AAA Grade" most of the drive doesn't write them above 16X. Compared to the original Prodisc media we have directly from Prodisc, seems c_r_a_p.

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