I am not looking for the most popular DVD (so that nice poll unfortunately doesnt help me very much)
I am not looking for the fastest write (I write 16x DVDs on 12x)
I am not looking for the best scans with CDSpeed (although I know it is one of the few measureable indicators for quality, still it doesn't say how it will be in year)
I don't care about price (as long as it is not 5x more expensive then other reasonable DVDs)
I just care about reliabilety. That is well readable and remains well readable for many years (with proper care).
I have a Benq DW1655w (capable of bitsetting) which likes both DVD-r and DVD+r
the last times I bought my DVDs @ svp.co.uk cause they have nice prices, lots of choice and deliver to NL (not to BE where I live, but my dad works in NL)
I bought Vertabim 16x (YUDEN000T03) or Taiyo Yuden 16x (YUDEN000T03) DVD+r and before that Vertabim 16x (MCC03) DVD-r in the past which did "ok" (knowing that DVD reliability will always such anyway)
But the problem is that lately there have been quite some negative feedback on the Taiyo Yuden DVD+r's... It seems like they have lessened the quality to compete more on price
So I was wondering:
Is there still a better type / dye of DVD I can buy atm?
or is the Taiyo Yuden still the best, although a little less then earlier?
hope someone can give me some nice advice