Where to get DVD+R & DVD+RW discs?

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  1. Too Tall

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    Any suggestions on where to get the best price on DVD+R and DVD+RW discs?

    And do you know if they're any good, obviously if there £1 but don't work I'm not interested.
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    hi

    what is the best dvd-r to use with the HS2. around the £1 mark or cheaper,

    Thanks
    Tom
     
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    I have had no failures with Traxdata, about £1 a go, but everyone seems to be out of stock at the moment, need some more myself
     
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    Yeah traxdata are excellent. Ritek One are also excellent, in fact they are the same disc, just rebaged, for a little less money.
     
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    I use both the E20 and E30. Traxdata as far as I am concerned are a nightmare. I purchase a batch of 25 just before Xmas and 50 FWS which look like traxdata. Both Traxdata and the new FWS throw up the same unpredictable problems. Costing a little more I believe Verbatim are the best bet. No problems with them so far!!
     
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    I have used datasafe yallow tops, blue tops, gold tops. Just about every ritek disk on the market (traxdata, infinity, whitelable) and have never had a problem with my e30. I think that they deffinately aren't created equal. A good move is too buy a sample pack and see what works for you, and then stick with it until it disapears (which seems to happen all the time!).
     

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