Blank media for JVC Dr-M10s

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  1. iantommo

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    Hi,
    can anybody out there on blank Dvd-R media suitable for my JVC DR-M10S
    I have been using Ridisc 4x (purple ones) but they seem to have become unavailable round where I live
    I am not sure about using faster speed media e.g 8x
    I don't understand all about firmware updates etc.

    Thanks a lot, Ian
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    I have a JVC DR-M30 and use Ritek GO5 x8, which work perfectly. As all my recording are in XP or SP dubbing to disc the recorder has transferred them in realtime time (x1).
     
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    The "BUDGET" 4x DVD-R I purchased on the local market work fine on the JVC DRM10S.
    I haven't as yet used the Datawrite Yellow 8x DVD-R (purchased from SVP) but they work fine in the Panasonic E85 so I expect them to also work in the JVC.
     
  4. iantommo

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    Thanks for your help
    Ian
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    Avoid Packard Bell blanks (most people would anyway). The DR-M10 doesn't like them at all.
     

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