Panasonic S35 and DVD-RAM Cartridges

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by DaveP, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. DaveP

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    Can someone tell me if I can play these in the S35 or do I need the no cartridge variety?

    thanks

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  2. mentsugi

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    You need the no cartridge variety. The disc tray is shaped such that only a bare disc will fit.
    Cheap , caddyless disks , are available at SVP and are reliable (I have been using the Mirror RAM for months now without issues).
     
  3. kyle reece

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    you can remove discs from the caddy if you want .
    there is a push out near the red protect slider
    push it out with a pen you can then open the back of the caddy & slide out the disc .you can then put new discs in the caddy to save from finger prints/scratches .
     
  4. DaveP

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    Thanks guys that's a shame. I've got a few of the caddyless ones and I'm struggling to keep the disks clean.

    I suppose the S75 is the same mechanism?

    Cheers anyway

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  5. mentsugi

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    I have got to agree with you that it is a shame. Panasonic stress the importance of the caddy use in the recording but do not support the caddy approach on their latest players???
     
  6. mike5

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    Have Panasonic got a player out that will play the DVD rams that are in a caddy. I was going to buy the Panasonic DVD S75EBS so I could do some editing with my Panasonic E50, I wont bother if it does not play the discs in the caddy. Ive got a load of TDK double sided ram discs I would like to transfer to dvdr.
     
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    ALL optical discs (NOT JUST FOR PANASONIC) should be treated with care, ie, dust free, finger print free, etc. putting them in caddies is one way, but expensive. probably a minimum of 4x more.
     
  8. chubben

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    The panasonic s75 only playes dvd-ram without caddy...
     

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