Datawrite Yellow media

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  1. General Panic

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    Hi guys
    Anyone any experience with above X1 dvd-r media?. I've just ordered the Toshiba Dvd recorder and want to get some reliable media in for it's arrival.
    The company selling the Tosh recomend this disk and £0.75 a pop it seems a good price.
    Any advice appreciated. :smashin:

    Cheers
     
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    Seem pretty good. I've burnt about 50 off, no coasters. And read in succesfully. Haven't tried in a DVD-Video player, as I would use Pioneer DVD-R media for that.
     
  3. General Panic

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    Thanks for the quick reply Nathan :)
     
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    You couldn't wait to get it either then? ;)

    Where did you order it from? I notice multizonedvd have increased the price by 10 pounds.

    As for the Datawrite Yellow discs, I've read lots of positive comments from Panasonic recorder users so I'm confident they'll be fine.

    Lee
     
  5. General Panic

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    Hi again Leeb
    Yep i couldn't resist any longer and it was Multizone as well , with an extra £10 "£%$£ , waited too long :(
    When i say ordered as well what i actually mean is they have my name and will call when more stock arrives but they couldn't give me a date. Mind you 6 phone calls this morning gives the same situation with everyone else and their still the cheapest.
    Still look forward to hearing your views on the weekend though ?

    All the best
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  6. lurcher

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    Find Datawrite yellows x1 the most consistent one for my Panny Recorder and Pioneer 104 burner.
     
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    Yep there good. Done about 60 discs so far no coasters in my Panny.
     
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    Can anyone report how Datawrite 1x Yellows get on with the new Panasonic E50?

    Many thanks,

    Desk
     

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