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Tosh RDXS32 media

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by F G Evans, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. F G Evans

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    What write speed will the recorder handle if transfering from the hard drive to the recorder ie do i buy 4x or 8x media.

    What media should i purchase to avoid making coasters.

    Macro are selling packs of Philips DVD + R / -R for £19.99 plus VAT buy one get one free, 50 disks for just over £20.

    I dont know whether this is a good offer or not but it seems to be.

    Would these disks work on the Tosh player
     
  2. nunew33

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    You can buy 4 or 8 but the fastest it will write is 4 speed.

    £20 for 50 exc VAt isnt the best deal around. Try www.blankdiscshop.co.uk

    For 50 discs will cost you around £15-£17 for 50 discs inc vat inc postage!
     
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    What are the most efficient and cheapest disks to use on the Tosh (i want to avoid making coasters).

    Where is the best place to get recommended disks.
     
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    i use www.blankdiscshop.co.uk because they seem to do next day even on the 3-5 day price!!!

    They seem to have all the key ones like TY (recommended by Toshiba) but still expensive. datawrite greys which Ekko recommends, Ritek A grade G04s. I bought a load of bulkpaq oranges which are the only coasters Ive made to date. But they seem to work when I burn at low speeds on PC
     
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    For what it is worth, Toshiba recommends Fuji, Panasonic & TDK discs.

    and blankdiscshop is the best supplier I have found so far.
     

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