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What kind of CD's / DVD's do you burn with?

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So, what kind of cds / dvds do you guys burn with? do you care about what you spend your money on?

 

i use Taiyo Yuden DVD's, and Ridata CD's,

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I generally go with the ones where I can get the best bargain; spindles of 100 generally last a little while.

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i used to go all memorex, but wanted something else, for dvd dual layer i go verbatim, yet to try Taiyo

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In UK we have Poundland or "The Pound Shop" where everything is... yes you guessed it £1.

 

I'm sure they have Dollar Shops or Buckland or something similar in USA.

 

They do spindles or cd/dvd's. They work great. But they're un-branded so must be manufactured by Poundland.

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CD and SL DVD I usually grab whatever. But for backing up my movies on DL I use nothing but Verbatim.

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In UK we have Poundland or "The Pound Shop" where everything is... yes you guessed it £1.

 

I'm sure they have Dollar Shops or Buckland or something similar in USA.

 

They do spindles or cd/dvd's. They work great. But they're un-branded so must be manufactured by Poundland.

 

yeah, we have dollar tree...

 

i use whatever is cheap, though i rarely burn anything, i mostly just dump everything to my storage drive...

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Taiyo Yuden for DVD, not too picky for CD, usually get all my stuff at Supermediastore.com, they got cheap ink too.

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another TY user, welcome :D lol

i got my TY's and Ridatas, both 100 packs, for 30$ each

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