Verbatim 95101 4.7 GB up to 16x Branded Recordable Disc AZO DVD-R 50-Disc Spindle

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Blank media DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16X Product Features Ideal for recording up to 2 hours of DVD quality home movies and video clips Archive and back up, up to 4.7GB of important data Read compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and DVD video players Compatible with 8X DVD-R drives from Pioneer, Apple, Sony, Panasonic and others Advanced

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Blank media DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16X

Product Features

  • Ideal for recording up to 2 hours of DVD quality home movies and video clips
  • Archive and back up, up to 4.7GB of important data
  • Read compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and DVD video players
  • Compatible with 8X DVD-R drives from Pioneer, Apple, Sony, Panasonic and others
  • Advanced Azo recording dye optimizes read/write performance

Comments

Grumple Dumple says:

Sublime DVD Media! Superb Quality! I have already written a glowing 5 star review for the 25 pack spindle of these and will simply reiterate here that these are simply the best DVD blank media that I have used thus far.I have used many different brands and must tell you that after burning to many tens of these disks I have yet to suffer a single error writing to them!These burn very very fast at 16X in my pc computer’s NEC ND-3500AG 16X DVD burner and also in my DMR-EH50S Panasonic DVD Recorder (through which I record content from the television to its hard drive and then after editing the content, burn it to DVD media).I also want to let you know that there is extra storage space contained on these that I have not found with the many other brands I have used (including Taiyo Yuden, Philips, Maxell, Memorex, TDK)! I can squeeze more video and file content onto these Verbatim disks. That makes a difference in those critical moments in which I need to fit those extra few megabytes onto…

magellan says:

Not as good quality as in the past I’ve used Verbatim disks a lot over the years and overall they have performed very well. In fact, just recently I tested some DVDs that I burned 3-5 years ago that had some family photos and videos on it, and many of the Memorex and Ritek DVDs were unreadable, but the copies on Verbatims were fine. So I have no personal problem with the Verbatims. Fortunately I had a second backup copy of this material on other media that was still good.One advantage to Verbatim DVDs is that they pioneered a more stable metal-stabilized azo dye that is said to be even better than Taiyo-Yuden’s super-cyanine dye.However, in doing a lot of online research recently reading various discussions and blogs about what is the best media for long-term storage, there was general agreement from many of the participants in these discussions that Verbatim’s once great quality had slipped in recent years. People were saying that Verbatim had licensed its technology to various offshore…

Nikon131 "Nikon131" says:

No coasters. Besides Taiyo Yuden brand DVD media which are always highly rated. Verbatims are held in high regard. I have tried Sony, Maxell, Memorex, TDK… all of the usual supects and Verbatims is my media of choice. I have gone through two 50 disk spindles and can’t recall getting any errors. If you find a good price stock up on these. great buy.

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