Verbatim 43549 DVD-R 16x 4.7GB 100pk only £17.99 DELIVERED @ play - HotUKDeals
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Verbatim Media is recognised across the world as the most reliable media available. We have unique technologies that are applied to all of our discs that make them all excellent quality products.As a result Verbatim are No 1 in Europe.

Highest level of recording stability.
100 pack spindle.
DVD-R disc.
4.7GB of data storage.

Absolute bargain, top of the range discs at a reasonable price, i wish i had seen these yesturday, just bought 100 Datawrite discs costing me £14 and im sure these would be alot better.
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Are these produced by Taiyo Yuden ?
For thouse who have free delivery from scan you can get it for £17.03
Play have 50 Maxell DVD @ £6.99 each making 100 for 13.98 delivered.
Cheap DVD'S and CD'S at
Great discs verbatim, much better than maxell
Great discs verbatim, much better than maxell

Depend on which dye they are using. Like Taiyo Yuden, which normally say "made in Japan" on the packaging.
Can anyone help me with DVD+R and DVD-R?

Which should i use to burn data, music, video etc?

Thanks in advance.
Can anyone help me with DVD+R and DVD-R?

Which should i use to burn data, music, video etc?

Thanks in advance.

Dvd-r are better for compatibility
Both can do those things. It just depends on which type of DVD burner you have. Some DVD burner only burns +R discs while others only burn -R. So make sure you buy the one suitable for your system.
Anyone know if the ones sold at have Taiyo Yuden die? (I think they do if they say made in Japan on them)
Thanks. The Verbatim discs from are made in India by Mitsubishi, and have media ID MCC 03RG20. Although no doubt not as good as the Taiyo Yuden's they're still categorised as "1st class media" at the website above.

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