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Old 08-20-08, 12:01 PM
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need advice on blank dvds

anyone know the best brand and/or online store to go with concerning buying 100 blanks?

thanks for any help
Old 08-20-08, 01:14 PM
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I tend to stick to Sony DVD+R.
DigitalFAQ maintains a pretty good list
(probably more information than you ever wanted to know)

They also recommend some online vendors:
but I usually just look at the ads in the Sunday paper and see who has a deal running. Bestbuy had 100 Sony's for 22.99 this week, but were sold out when I got there.
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^^ Interesting link, Quatermass. Apparently I buy really crap DVDs.

Haven't really had much of any problems with them, though.
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Sony makes an excellent DVD, but I also recommend Verbatim, which are on sale right now at Office Max for about 20 bucks (100 ct.).
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I've used several different brands, but for a while now I've used Verbatim exclsuively and been quite happy with them.

Most computer forums I've read recommend Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden. Verbatims seem to be a little easier to get inexpensively than high-grade TY so I go with those.
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I would go here, good shipping times and pricing. Taiyo Yuden are by far the best.

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