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Digitimes reports that CD recordable prices are likely to drop the coming times because some Taiwanese have dropped their prices from US$ 0.18-0.20 to US$ 0.15-0.16 per disc to stimulate...
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Yup because people have been buying more dvdr's no doubt
Well at least I know thats the case with me. I have 3 CD Burners sitting in a drawer now and almost only use DVD+R.
me too, i now mostly burn dvd's. i love going from several houndread cdrs to a few dvd's. makes backups much easier. now i just wish i could make mp3 dvd's and have them play in my car or walkman. 4.38gigs of mp3 on one disk would be nice.
yup, i can vouch for that too... however i still burn on average about 50-60 cd's a month, all trance, and house music.. But for data backup, my DVD burner beats the shit out of cd-r hands down. there will always be a place for both formats, IMO.