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Old 11-20-2004, 01:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Blank DVD Media and Pioneer DVD Duplicator, please help.

Hi all, iam new and i want to ask if any body in here know anything about Pioneer DVD Duplicator? The thing is i bought a DVD Duplicator from this store URL removed/ and it works great fast and so on..but the thing is they recommended Piodata Media which is so expensive..anyone know anything about it? i need media that can duplicate good high speed and can be master dvd too...

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looks like you can use any DVD-R or +R media.
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I know that and thanks,

but the thing is they recommend me some unkown brand Piodata and it is too expensive..i need soem onehave experience to help me chose another kind of media to use with this duplicator.
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i don't see why you just don't buy a pack of cheap-o DVD-/+R's on a spindle and try em out for yourself. any DVDr media means any DVDr media. it's just a suggestion and i have no experience with multi-duplicators, it just seems like good sense to try it that way since no one else is posting to this thread anyways.
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thanks, i will try out the cheap kind...
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Just hop over to best buy or something and buy a pack of 5 dvd-r's and check them out. Wont be too expensive but any kind should work as long as same format.
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I use these with my Pioneer. They are 8X but my Pioneer automatically steps up to 12X when burning them. I haven't had a coaster that wasn't my fault. http://www.shop4tech.com/item2526.html
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