Rima.com ty or verbs

hi

ive got a g120a xf 165p6s. i use dvd+r sonyd21 and only burn at 8x, want to get some ty or verbs. should i get the ty or verbs from rima.com? the ty have the mid in the details but not the verbs, are these mcc004?

http://www.rima.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=R&Product_Code=1733-100&Category_Code=DVDPLUSR
http://www.rima.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=R&Product_Code=1776-100&Category_Code=DVDPLUSR
http://www.rima.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=R&Product_Code=1858-100&Category_Code=DVDPLUSR

thanks

troy

The 8x +R TY are very good and produce really good burns in virtually any writer you throw them in.

Since they’re not much more expensive than Verbatim, I’d go for the T02.

The 16x +R TY are not worth it, especially when they’re more expensive.

I’m getting between 40-150 pif total on my NEC 7170 & DVR-112D!! :iagree:

[quote=troy512;1956258]ive got a g120a xf 165p6s. i use dvd+r sonyd21 and only burn at 8x, want to get some ty or verbs. should i get the ty or verbs from rima.com? the ty have the mid in the details but not the verbs, are these mcc004?[/quote] In North America AFAIK, all Verbatim 16x DVD+R so far have been MCC 004.

MCC 004 is my favourite media - even when compared to YUDEN000 T02, and it burns well in almost all drives (more drives than YUDEN000 T02 for me), so I’d personally chose that as #1 and the TY 8x DVD+R YUDEN000 T02 as #2.

The TY 16x DVD+R YUDEN000 T03 can be as good as T02 when burning at slow to medium speeds (but T02 is usually better) and I would only choose this if you’re going to be burning 12x or faster.

thank you very much for your replies.

:iagree:

troy