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Re: [vox-tech] which kind of dvd disk



Alot of people have been complaining about the TDK
discs, to the point they dont even work in TDK drives.
I think they hada very bad run and are trying to clean
out stock and dont know it yet. 
Eigther that or their discs just suck, BAD.

--- Peter Jay Salzman <p@dirac.org> wrote:

> Both work equally well for me.  AFAICS, they're
> operationally equal in every
> regard.  DVD + drives tend to have newer features
> like faster W and RW.  Or
> dual layer media, but DVD - always catches up
> eventually.
> 
> More important than media type is media
> manufacturer.  My drives just don't
> seem to be happy with TDK disks at all.   BeAll and
> Sony seem to be great.
> 
> Pete
> 
> On Sun 28 Nov 04,  9:40 PM, Paul
> <paulb@claypits.com> said:
> > I finally bought a dvd drive, now I have to buy
> disks.
> > Is their any significant difference between -R and
> +R disks. (Also -RW 
> > and +RW) or should I buy what's on sale.
> > The websites I've visited don't seem to lean one
> way or the other.
> > Thanks
> > Paul
> 
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