Anyone used this Mam-A DL

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#1

I don’t see anyone talking about it but I did call the company and the tech guy or whatever told me that these are top of the line media (Of course he’d say that) but was maybe considering buying a 25pk but these things are freaking high

http://www.datamediastore.com/mam-a-dvd-plus-r-83715.html


#2

[QUOTE=jcusimano2;2093689]I don’t see anyone talking about it but I did call the company and the tech guy or whatever told me that these are top of the line media (Of course he’d say that) but was maybe considering buying a 25pk but these things are freaking high

http://www.datamediastore.com/mam-a-dvd-plus-r-83715.html[/QUOTE]

I would rather spend my money on Verbatim DL media. :smiley:
Those overpriced MAM-E discs are most likely made by MBI or Ritek with Ricoh MID code and I certainly would not pay what they are asking for them.


#3

[QUOTE=pepst;2093706]I would rather spend my money on Verbatim DL media. :smiley:
Those overpriced MAM-E discs are most likely made by MBI or Ritek with Ricoh MID code and I certainly would not pay what they are asking for them.[/QUOTE]

They should be MBIL. A-grade MBIL.

For that price I should suggest getting verbatim. (made in singapore !)


#4

[QUOTE=dakhaas;2094886]They should be MBIL. A-grade MBIL.[/QUOTE]
With Ricoh or MBI MID code?
By the way, didn’t MAM-A claim that they are manufacturing DL media by themselves? :bigsmile:


#5

Rioch MID.

I can’t recall MAM-A claiming they manufacturer DL media themselves.
I do remember that they were planning to do and that the early riteks were only a temporary solution.
Also MAM-A could claime manufacturing up to some hights, because they still do some customizing in some cases (add printable coating layers :D)