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Thats £7.66 for 100 Blank Discs.

At the moment some of Tesco media is on 3 for 2. Each pack costs £7.00 so thats £14 for 150 blanks.

Tesco also have the voucher £10 off a £50 spend, which is TDX-KMAW. This is advertised on the front page.

So

12 (packs) of 50 DVD-R's = £84.00

Minus £28.00 discount (for 3 for 2)

Minus £10.00 discount for spending £50

= £46.00

Quidco is also increased to 5% for the next 18 hours it says.

Happy burning.
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1 Like #1
I've got no idea what I'd do with 600 blank discs :) but it is a good deal none the less. Voted hot.


Edited By: RoboGaz on Mar 27, 2011 10:25
#2
Thanks. This will be great for copying my kids videos to dvd. Excellent find. :D
#3
RoboGaz
I've got no idea what I'd do with 600 blank discs :) but it is a good deal none the less. Voted hot.


Split the deal with a relative or friend if you can, get 300 discs each for £23.

t1geress
Thanks. This will be great for copying my kids videos to dvd. Excellent find. :D

Thanx, I thought so too. I was looking at the cheapo maxell at play for £11.99 for 100 then I found this deal, which works out way better.
#4
Not saying it is not a good deal but it is only if you are not too bothered about dye quality etc. Personally I only use Taiyo Youden or Verbatim and am happy to pay twice as much or a bit but that is my choice. Ideal for t1geress's idea.
#5
haha

in b4 people end up with knock off dvds with tesco discs lol.
#6
good deal if you want 600 blanks but personally its too many for me and i'd rather buy better quality media.

voted hot
#7
if u wanna sell these at car boots great but the dye is crap on these and they dont last the dye is the most important factor on any blank media, i can only offer an opinion based on use of this.
1 Like #8
t1geress
Thanks. This will be great for copying my kids videos to dvd. Excellent find. :D

How is life in the 90s?
3 Likes #9
spaceinvader
t1geress
Thanks. This will be great for copying my kids videos to dvd. Excellent find. :D
How is life in the 90s?
says the one with an Oprah avatar??
#10
Too many and also the hassle of having unreliable discs that you cnat be sure of either in burn or replay isnt worth it. If I wanted backups then id use verbatim. Most people just use hdd these days. Ok deal if you need 600 average quality discs.
#11
Bought some a few months back there ok.

Edited By: den169 on Mar 27, 2011 14:03
#12
I agree with the previous posters, I bought a bundle of these when Tesco had a misprice on them and to be honest they are &*^%^(. Tried on several different drives and they are more trouble than the savings are worth
#13
simplyjimbo
I agree with the previous posters, I bought a bundle of these when Tesco had a misprice on them and to be honest they are &*^%^(. Tried on several different drives and they are more trouble than the savings are worth

I have only used the Tesco DVD-RW and DVD+RW but they are rubbish, so if the dye is the same for the DVD-R/DVD+R then beware.

Edited By: NCIS on Mar 27, 2011 14:08
#14
Tesco discs are rubbish, the dvd-r's i bought recently 80% were faulty. BEWARE


Edited By: whusayn on Mar 27, 2011 14:24
banned#15
why would you want 600 discs
unless you are chinese
1 Like #16
aberfal
why would you want 600 discs
unless you are chinese


Where I live its, mainly the local scallies who peddle pirate DVDs in Salford or Grey Mare lane market openly.

But I would not say that all white people are dvd pirates.
2 Likes #17
you need 600 discs if they are tescos brand as the coaster rate is so high
1 Like #18
tonyd19565
spaceinvader
t1geress
Thanks. This will be great for copying my kids videos to dvd. Excellent find. :D
How is life in the 90s?
says the one with an Oprah avatar??

and spaceinvader as their username LOL
#19
The dye will probably still be the same from when I bought 600+ and -

Having just received my Tesco order the mid code / Dye used is UME02 for the -R & AML-003-00 for the + R. Not ideal but it could have been a lot worse.

First disc burnt at 8x and verified @15.8x over usb 2 , so a good start for some cheap media.

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/9459/85636573.png


the + r burnt like this

http://img51.imageshack.us/img51/7141/39662432.png



http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100-tesco-dvd-or-blank-discs-free-d/847288?p=10339120


The media above should not be trusted for anything you need longevity on ie sensitive, crucial data.. For general day use to watch mp4/xvid/ mpeg2 , listen to mp3s from who cares.

Edited By: dontasciime on Mar 27, 2011 14:54
#20
from my personal experience I never use anything but Verbatim or TDK to backup my precious files, if you go for this offer I wish you the best but be prepared for 600 coasters too ....
#21
darkblade13
from my personal experience I never use anything but Verbatim or TDK to backup my precious files, if you go for this offer I wish you the best but be prepared for 600 coasters too ....

the last TDK i bought (£7.50 for 100 from wh smiths a few weeks ago) were made in india MBI 01RG40 and the reviews are mixed:
http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia/tdk-dvd-r-mbi-01rg40-16/4672

it's getting more difficult to find any media i trust.
#22
tdk never agin got some off play.com total coaster city

riteks seem to be the best for me

Edited By: mattmerch on Mar 27, 2011 16:58
#23
dontasciime
The dye will probably still be the same from when I bought 600+ and -

Having just received my Tesco order the mid code / Dye used is UME02 for the -R & AML-003-00 for the + R. Not ideal but it could have been a lot worse.

First disc burnt at 8x and verified @15.8x over usb 2 , so a good start for some cheap media.

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/9459/85636573.png


the + r burnt like this

http://img51.imageshack.us/img51/7141/39662432.png





http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100-tesco-dvd-or-blank-discs-free-d/847288?p=10339120



The media above should not be trusted for anything you need longevity on ie sensitive, crucial data.. For general day use to watch mp4/xvid/ mpeg2 , listen to mp3s from who cares.

wow that is beyond the call of duty!!
suspended#24
600 Tesco DVD-R or DVD+R... Um let me think! Latest films downloaded from torrents onto DVDs
then off to the car boot.

Or http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2j5vx_fonejacker-you-want-buy-dvd_fun

Edited By: Goodwood on Mar 27, 2011 18:00
#25
Billy Congo
dontasciime
The dye will probably still be the same from when I bought 600+ and -

Having just received my Tesco order the mid code / Dye used is UME02 for the -R & AML-003-00 for the + R. Not ideal but it could have been a lot worse.

First disc burnt at 8x and verified @15.8x over usb 2 , so a good start for some cheap media.

http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/9459/85636573.png


the + r burnt like this

http://img51.imageshack.us/img51/7141/39662432.png




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http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100-tesco-dvd-or-blank-discs-free-d/847288?p=10339120



The media above should not be trusted for anything you need longevity on ie sensitive, crucial data.. For general day use to watch mp4/xvid/ mpeg2 , listen to mp3s from who cares.

wow that is beyond the call of duty!!



Sorry you need to use a liteon writer to test a recorded dvd-r
Not a NEC drive like the above as you do not get reliable results with NEC drives
NEC drive are great for scnniong cd-r but not dvd-r
See this website for how to scan a dvd-r
http://club.myce.com/f96/
#26
I've never had a problem with Tesco blanks.
Probably used 200 and never had a fail.
Same can't be said about Verbatim which usually has 4 duds in 50.
As has been said earlier,if you're just using for mp3 or avi stuff can't really see the point in paying top prices.
#27
steve9999
Sorry you need to use a liteon writer to test a recorded dvd-r
Not a NEC drive like the above as you do not get reliable results with NEC drives
NEC drive are great for scnniong cd-r but not dvd-r
See this website for how to scan a dvd-r
http://club.myce.com/f96/


^lol I know how to scan [btw it does not have to be a liteon writer [they are probably the best choice across the recent [ihas] range etc], benq 1640/50/55 (older dvd info pro) and any other Phillips Nexperia chipset will should also work (with jitter)as well as Nec 5200/7200/7203 pi/po scanning etc.

The above is not a pi/po scan and therefore no jitter is needed. So the chipset in this writer is fine.

The above just shows how it burnt in regards to speed / interface / verification / rpm etc.

As I said above it's a good start . I'm not saying the end will be as happy . Which is why I also say do not trust your important data to them as it's very likely that after doing a pi/po scan it will below* 90% with out of spec values for PI and PIF [*or thereabouts]


http://i.imgur.com/DtGLG.png







Edited By: dontasciime on Mar 27, 2011 20:32: img
#28
What a ridiculous post..
#29
wow this has got very techy for some budget blank DVD's

:D

I still can't imagine the need for 600 of these things.
#30
riteks all the way, used for years and are superb and cheap

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