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    Blank Dvd's

    Anyone know where to get em cheap?

    Thanks guys.

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    http://store.beststore4u.com/index.html

    usually has pretty decent pricing...I have been using their wisetech 1x dvd-r for a year now....it is the only media that I can use for ps2, xbox, and has worked flawlessy in every dvd player that I have tried.
    -Cy

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    Thanks bro, i don't think they ship to canada

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    Bro, Princos are pretty cheap in most electronics places (they are amongst the better "no name" brand I use to copy DVD's).

    Failing that, I am VERY satisfied with E3Works DVD's from Future shop... specially when they come on sale.

    Make sure you bu ya small quantity of whatever brand you'll use to try in your burner AND DVD player console, nothing worse than a spindle of 50 useless DVD's.

    Red

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORDBLiTZ
    Anyone know where to get em cheap?

    Thanks guys.

    Wal mart But don't know if Canada has one or not lol

    -LL

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    Red, i have a LG burner. Will that make a diff?

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    Naaah

    Best thing is to check out www.dvdrhelp.com, they list DVD burners and console players, they are rated, and people post what discs work best for them on those units. It saved me a LOT of phuking around when came time to copy DVD's

    I have a Pionneer 106 (aka A06) burner and an Apex 1500ad player, the e3works dvd-r work fine in them.

    You have to find out if your player prefers -r or +r dvd's, and then get a brand that works for you (hence trying out small quantities of disks).

    Generally the Princo dvd-r's seem ok for most people and are amongst the cheapest you can buy.

    Red

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