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Eproformance DVD-R Disks

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by gram99, Apr 18, 2003.

  1. gram99

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    Anywhere online where I can get these, they are the most reliable in my Panny E30.
     
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    Only place I've seen them is svp. Haven't had them in a while but they have constantly changing stock depending on whats available. Might want to keep an eye on them, I imagine they will be back in stock fairly soon. Not much help at the moment though! There is quite a bit of new media out at the moment though, might be worthwhile trying a new sample pack and see if any of it is any good.
     
  3. gram99

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    ok cheers m8
     
  4. Fuel Crusher

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    E-proformance also worked great for me on my E-30, better in fact than the pack of traxdata that I've had to replace them with.
    The E-proformance were made by Prodisc and I'd imagine they've stopped making them as they were only 1X. It may be worth trying some other prodisc made discs although on the whole this make of disc were not rated very good, E-proformance seemed to be the exception.
    Paul.
     
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    Any suggestions then for a replacement?
     
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    Afraid it's still very 'suck it and see' with dvd-r. What works well on one e30 might be crap on another. Generally the Ritek discs are well regarded and also the new samsung dics are supposed to be excellent but hard to source.
     
  7. Stuart Wright

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    gram99 - the email address you have in your forums profile is invalid - please update it or I will have to delete your registration.
     
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    Done, apologies.
     
  9. stevieg

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    nice one cheers m8
     
  11. Wayne Moule

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    You could try,like me,Panasonic direct off their web site via their e-shop for DVD-RAM/-R,as they're very cheap and gotta be guaranteed to work.

    :clap:
     
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    You must have more money than me if you consider £2.64 PER Disk very cheap!

    DaveP
     

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