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Zero Defex DVD+R DL 2.4x Dual Layer (25 Tub) @ UKDVDR.co.uk £10.99 = 44p each inc VAT!

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Zero Defex branded Dual Layer DVD+R discs supporting 2.4x max speed. Holds 8.5Gb data (unformatted) or 240 minutes video. Features a green branded surface. Supplied in cake tubs of 25 discs. Special…
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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Zero Defex branded Dual Layer DVD+R discs supporting 2.4x max speed. Holds 8.5Gb data (unformatted) or 240 minutes video. Features a green branded surface. Supplied in cake tubs of 25 discs.
Special Offer Until midnight 17th Feb!!
25 tub £10.99 = 44p each inc VAT!! (nsp=£13.98)
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#1
Plus £3.51 P+P:x
#2
Subtotal: £9.35
Shipping cost : £2.99
VAT 17.5%: £2.16
Total: £14.50

Thats a good deal though for Dual Layer! voted Hot
#3
does any1 use these for xbox 360s??

any good?

yus786
#4
Or you could go to Scan and get 30 AOne double layer discs (work perfectly with my 360 - been using them for 6 months now) for a few pennies less than this deal - if you are a member of AV Forums (free to join) you even get free delivery!!!

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=474116
#5
Okay - nontechie question! Can a normal burner cope with dual layer discs? Is it a hardware or software compatibility thing, or both?
#6
Was very good media.
Since the take over the quality is very c**p.
These discs made excellent copies, i would say only the verbs. had the edge.
Shame they are so c**p now.
Last packs i have tried since the take over have been about a 80% coasters.
#7
whyme
Was very good media.
Since the take over the quality is very c**p.
These discs made excellent copies, i would say only the verbs. had the edge.
Shame they are so c**p now.
Last packs i have tried since the take over have been about a 80% coasters.


people over at SVP are saying the same thing. Think i'll stick to verbs, although verbs do cost a LOT more.

Voted cold, sorry. Maybe they're ok for data storage though.
#8
the zero defex are CMC MAG-D0x, which are pretty terrible.

for cheap discs I'd look for some with the RICOHJPN-D01-067 MID - they work OK in the 360 (not as good as verbs obviously, but they only cost 60p each compared to £1.40 for verbs).
#9
These was the best priced dvd+r dl.
I would read all the reviews before taking my word for it.
I would have highly recommended these before they was taken over.
I didn't listen to the reviews on the new zero defex dvd+r dl thought they can't have changed from excellent to utter s***** over night.

Must point out my views are based on the zero defex dvd+r dl only.
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BristolDeal
Okay - nontechie question! Can a normal burner cope with dual layer discs? Is it a hardware or software compatibility thing, or both?


They can read them, some newer single layer drives are capable of writing to them as if they were single layered but obviously they can't write to them as dual layer. You may be able to update the firmware enabling you to write dual layer try here for firmware its really simple to do
I did it a few years back with a nec drive.
#11
avsie
Or you could go to Scan and get 30 AOne double layer discs (work perfectly with my 360 - been using them for 6 months now) for a few pennies less than this deal - if you are a member of AV Forums (free to join) you even get free delivery!!!

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=474116


thats a great price but i cant work out how to apply the free delivery? ive been a member of avforums for quite some time too

yus786
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yus786
thats a great price but i cant work out how to apply the free delivery? ive been a member of avforums for quite some time too

yus786


Hi
To apply the free postage you need to log into AV Forums first and then using the same window go to this address:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php

This link will take you to a page with a description of the offer and at the bottom a link to Scans website - click the link and it will send you to Scan with free postage enabled.

Use it as many times as you need to. It says that the requirement for free delivery is £20 ex vat but when I ordered 3 packs of AOne DL DVDs the price came to around £10.69 and delivery remained at £0.00. So Im not sure if the £20 ex vat rule is in place.

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