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e55 blank dvdrs

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by novice2, Feb 10, 2005.

  1. novice2

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    Can anyone suggest decent blank dvdrs that will work with this model. I have searched the forum byt cannot seem to find the answer.

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. redsox_mark

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  3. novice2

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    many thanks Mark
     
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    I have used Bulkpaq Orange (4x and 8x) with no problems at all in my Panasonic e55. Unfortunately, if I want to edit video on my pc and copy to these, they don't work very well in dvd players. It may be due to my pc-based sony dvd writer >:/

    Anyway, I now use Datawrite Greys (Fujicode M03) and they work perfectly both on the Panasonic e55, my standalone player and on the PC.

    I have also used half a dozen Ridisc 4x disks from svp {DV 3146} which use the M02 dye. They are also spot on, on my pc and the standalone players. I bought them, expecting to get a Ritek G04 dye, but apparently, you can get one or the other with these discs.

    Good luck!
     
  5. slowen

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    I use datawrite yellow (v2) or titanium about £5.50 for 25 and they use the darker ritek dye and never had any problems. I normally use all datawrite apart from classic and red as they are only about £4 for 25 but not very reliable.

    Also bought rivsion 4x (£10.50 for 50) good disk and not had any problems with them but only used about 10 upto now
     
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    Avoid Datawrite Yellow (V2) 4x (DVD-R). The original dye was G04 and they were vey good discs.

    I recently purchased a batch and some of them were G05 dye
    and 8x (although the packaging and discs were indistinguisable from previous purchases);

    they were completely useless;

    they appeared to be 8x rejects.

    Out of 175 discs, I threw away 100!

    Baj
     
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    Have used around 400 datawrite yellow 4x (v2) and never had a problem, the supplier I purchase these discs from will give you a refund on any discs that you don't use if you have a problems with compatability or if the are bad discs
     
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    Only DVD-Rs to give me trouble in my E75 have been Memorex.

    I've used Panasonic, Sony, TDK and Verbatim without problems.
     
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    Ritek GO4 (4x Speed only) and Datawrite 4x & 8x Fuji dyd without wasting a single disc!
     

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