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The Cheapest Printable 8x Dual Layer DVD Ever Released !! - very limited stock !

Manufactured by RICOH & branded under the up and coming Aone umbrella, this disc has set a new precedent in Dual Layer pricing. Never before has anyone offered a Dual Layer disc at this price to anyone.

Tested to be highly compatible with DVD players and Video Game Consoles - customers report that they are especially compatible with the Xbox 360. With its extremely fast 8x write speed, you can write 8.5GB in less than 15 minutes!

These discs have a white full face printable surface

Double-layer media has a capacity of 8.5GB, this equates to 240 minutes of video in standard play mode.

SEP (Super Extended Play): 960 min
SLP (Super Long Play): 720 min
EP (Extended Play): 480 min
LP (Long Play): 360 min
SP (Standard Play): 240 min
HQ (High Quality Play): 120 min

NOTE: We recommend you use a Pioneer 111 with the LATEST firmware. Also best results on the Xbox 360 are at 4x - however you should try 8x just to see if it works great for you.

Seems to be a great price, especially if work with 360 Great reviews aswell
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#1
These discs are great. I use them all the time with 98% reliability.

Good for XBox360 Backups too.

Hot, but I'm sure it's been posted before?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#2
I have used these discs for more than a year with 100% reliability. So far I have bought more than 70 discs. Hot, hot ,hot.
#3
Mediamogul
Dual layer discs have seriously bad compatability issues with both readers and writers and although these discs are incredibly cheap... in my opinion you may as well just use them as coasters straight from the box....Buy Verbatim dual layer...yes they are more expensive but you get what you pay for:thumbsup:...read the reviews on SVP mostly 1/10 and overall 5.8/10...no disrespect to the OP...if they work for you great but very hit and miss

http://svp.co.uk/product/aone_full_face_printable_8x_double_layer_dvd_r_aone001#reviews


Fair comment but I was using Verbs for 360 backups at about £15 for 10. Tried various cheaper ones but they were hit and miss, dirty disc errors and such. Tried these from my local comp shop for £3-odd and have never looked back. Maybe worth trying? You never know. A lot of it (most of it) is down to your burner and 360 drive. What works for one maybe no good for another.
#4
I use these for 360 backups with a pioneer 112DBK I got from play. Using xbox backup creator, I've not had a failed burn yet (burning at 2.4x just to be on the safe side).
#5
deek72
Fair comment but I was using Verbs for 360 backups at about £15 for 10. Tried various cheaper ones but they were hit and miss, dirty disc errors and such. Tried these from my local comp shop for £3-odd and have never looked back. Maybe worth trying? You never know. A lot of it (most of it) is down to your burner and 360 drive. What works for one maybe no good for another.


yep...its a case of trial and error:thumbsup:
#6
[CENTER][FONT=Fixedsys][SIZE=5]£6.44 delivered?[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]
#7
chillking
[CENTER][FONT=Fixedsys][SIZE=5]£6.44 delivered?[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]


grat filler
#8
These discs are **** for 360, works at first then after a while it gives out disc read error.
#9
Yes these discs are great for Xbox 360 - not as good as as Verbatim obviously but then again they are £1+ a time - these are cetainly the best option I would say @39p a time.
#10
worked on mine for well over a year,i suppose it all depends if u look after ya discs.

also there is a site called envizage thats cheaper,also scan is same price as here.

£3.80ish is going rate now.
#11
If you live in the forge area of glasgow there is a shop that sells for £6 across from poundland save the 44p delivery also doing the white printable ritek 100 for £13
#12
Sorry for stupid question but do i have to mod-chip my xbox to play backups?
#13
Derlish
Sorry for stupid question but do i have to mod-chip my xbox to play backups?


Kind of, Google Xbox Scene! :whistling:
#14
i know these use a similar dye but ritek are proper *****

only a few brands i would use on xbox backups

verbs,taiyo yuden,aone.
but u can get 10 verbs for £10 at scan every so often or i think they do £25 for 20 everyday
#15
great deal, ordered 4 :)

Heat Added

[gonna try & use with XBOX 360 & HD Rips for PS3]
#16
Wouldn't say these where cheap after you include delivery!!!!

Better deals here:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_w_h_/026-0656341-2895664?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=aone&x=0&y=0
#17
As already stated these appear to work great but over time (3-4 months) they do degrade!
Used both Sammy Writemaster and Pioneer burners with similar results!!

Tbh for DL I would source Verbs as cheap as possible if you want the DATA on both layers to be readable in years rather than a few months time!
banned#18
Great offer! But these disks are **** for xbox 360 backups.... Not that I encourage that sort of behavior!
#19
these disks are excellent for the price, 360 backups work a treat... i find writing at 2.4x speed best (especially for guys who been getting dirty disk errors after certain amount of time, that happened to me when i was burning at 8x speed) hope this helps. (and yes you do need a good writer for 360 games pioneer for me)
#20
Before I go ahead and make this purchase, can someone confirm (MikeT perhaps) that my Vostro 1000 is capable of burning on DL discs.

All help is appreciated, Zak.
#21
these are awesome as 360 bACKUPS
#22
I bought 3 packs of these after hearing that they were just as good as the Verbatim DL discs. However I have failed to be able to burn a single disc on my DVD drive whereas I had a 100% sucess rate when using the Verbatims. After doing a bit of googling I found that the problem might be that my DVD drive is an old one that cannot handle these type of discs :thinking:

My DVD drive is an LG HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4163B

So can anyone recommend a cheap DVD drive that does work with these discs thanks :)
#23
Pioneer DVR-115DBK will do the trick for around £16, I am guessing you are after an IDE driver and not one of the newer Sata Drives.
#24
With Verbatims, I can burn at 10x without any disk read error on 360.
#25
These have been this price for ages at ebuyer and the "very limited stock" is such a lie. "1870 in stock for next day delivery."
#26
rubbish disks glad they actually serve a purpose for xbox.
banned#27
I was going to buy some cheap DL discs (like these) but I decided to try some Verbatim discs first, partly due to their reputation and mostly because I wanted them the same day as I'd just modded my 360.

I'd read plently of comments about various disc brands and which drive seems to work best etcetera but I just steamed ahead with what I had already (DELL OEM drive from 2 years ago, NEC).

Price matched a pack of 10 2.4x Verbatim DL discs from PC World for just over £11, turns out they're MII (Made in India). Burned all at 2.4x, each one verified without incident - all play in the 360 perfectly, not one error.

:)
#28
Leftfield
As already stated these appear to work great but over time (3-4 months) they do degrade!
Used both Sammy Writemaster and Pioneer burners with similar results!!

Tbh for DL I would source Verbs as cheap as possible if you want the DATA on both layers to be readable in years rather than a few months time!


weird, the ones I burnt over a year a go still work fine for me, just gone through Gears of War again last week.
#29
crofter
Pioneer DVR-115DBK will do the trick for around £16, I am guessing you are after an IDE driver and not one of the newer Sata Drives.


Thanks I'll give the Pioneer Drive a go :thumbsup:
#30
can i just say the verbs made in india are awefull,the humidity in the factory makes the poly seal mist up and thequality is nowhere near as good as the asian made ones, taiyo yuden are better than verbs cost bout the same most of time if u can find them,
verbs are better than aone alot better,but i dont see why folk should support companys that screw the customer,it costs no more to make there disks as it does the cheaper media,they only expensive because everyone on the netmakes them expensive by bragging about them,

no matter if they 35p disks or £1.50 disks,they need to be looked after right.
#31
Taiyo Yuden don't make dual layer discs.
#32
Don't mean to sound stupid (but I am in terms of Dual Layer)... I know my dvd players and drives can play dual layer discs (ie. films, etc.), but if I wanted to burn data onto a blank dual layer disc, do I need a dvd burner drive that supports burning of dual layered discs? Or will my regular burner be able to do it?

Thanks...
#33
All new DVD burners support dual layer burning, just the matter of picking a good drive to burn with.
banned#34
ramiuk1
can i just say the verbs made in india are awefull,the humidity in the factory makes the poly seal mist up and thequality is nowhere near as good as the asian made ones.


That is what the general consensus seems to be on the internet however I went ahead and experimented regardless.

The discs have no obvious or glaring physical defects and as I mentioned in an earlier post, each burned / verified and played perfectly so I can't fault them so far. I might buy some MIS discs from SVP for my next batch though just to compare.
#35
So, how do I know if my drive will support dual layer burning (other than putting in a dual layer disc to try)
My drive says DVD R/RW, and then R DL
and then on the left side it says RW DVD-R DL

I can take a picture of it later if anyone can help. Thanks!
#36
at £3.86 its worth a try because the verbatims are 3x more expensive. even if they don't work in a year just burn them again and it will still work out cheaper than verbs. or just do what i am gonna do buy a 10 pack of verbs and a 10 pack of these and then put my very favourite xbox 360 game backups on the verbs and the games that i don't like as much on these
#37
if you live in the dundee scotland area there is a shop 3000rpm which sells these retail for £3.95 a pack of 10 saving on postage.

also they have the branded version for only £3.64 which is exacly the same disks but not printable.

other ones i have used include the sumvision ritek which are great for the xbox 360 and work out at only £4.32

http://www.3000rpm.com/acatalog/DUAL_LAYER.html
#38
moe922
So, how do I know if my drive will support dual layer burning (other than putting in a dual layer disc to try)
My drive says DVD R/RW, and then R DL
and then on the left side it says RW DVD-R DL

I can take a picture of it later if anyone can help. Thanks!


Try and guess what the 'DL' means. Go on, have a go!
#39
Someone mentioned about expensive postal costs but that's for next day service. If you choose 5 working days, post comes down to £2.50. Voted hot.

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