From: Ken Bawcom (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 15 2007 - 17:01:38 PDT
Quoting Philip Hood <email suppressed>:
> Do note that Dual Layer discs are a bit more expensive,
> costing around $2 to $3 a piece. Most dvd burners I've
> seen on the market seem to be able to burn Dual Layer.
I usually get Verbatim +R DL discs on sale for about $1.50, in packs of
10. Watch the ads from Office Depot, Office Max, Staples, and Best Buy.
If you want to buy them on line, you might check www.rima.com, and
Most people I know recommend sticking with Verbatim for DL discs. Note
that -R DL discs are very scarce, and more costly. You might want to
get the appropriate software to check the quality of your burns,
especially if you are using these for archiving. A bad burn might play
fine, for a little while...
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deserve neither liberty, nor safety."
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