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Dual Layer disc compatabilty for Xbox360 ?

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
this is a question to all you xbox360 owners..... whats been a excellent brand for burnt dics playback on the 360 for dual layer ? - or + brand etc ??

its a hitachi drive in the 360
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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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You want +R and Verbatim are the only ones I would touch. You will be paying £1.50-£2 a disc, depending on how many you buy at once, but don't be tempted to be cheap :D.

All the Verbs work about as well once burned but those pressed in Singapore (see packaging) have a rep for much fewer coasters than India made, etc.

If you really want it on a budget then the only other options worth considering are Zero Defex (CMC MAG D01 - D04, D01 are the best but hard to find now) and Aone (RICOHJPN dye). You might well find lockups and freezes if your drive even plays these cheapies though.
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The ones i have always used which work 99 times out of 100 are datawrite titainum

from svp

Burn at 2.4 speed with clone cd
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You want +R and Verbatim are the only ones I would touch. You will be paying £1.50-£2 a disc, depending on how many you buy at once, but don't be tempted to be cheap :D.

All the Verbs work about as well once burned but those pressed in Singapore (see packaging) have a rep for much fewer coasters than India made, etc.

If you really want it on a budget then the only other options worth considering are Zero Defex (CMC MAG D01 - D04, D01 are the best but hard to find now) and Aone (RICOHJPN dye). You might well find lockups and freezes if your drive even plays these cheapies though.


yes im looking to buy verbs, but they are quite expensive in comparison to what you pay for standard DVD's, if anyone else has some advice its appreciated :)
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All DLs are comparatively expensive. What you should be comparing though is £2 for a blank vs. £30 for a retail disc.

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