Taiyo Yuden blank discs JVC?

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#1

I used to get Taiyo Yuden blank discs and DVDs but now I found that the brand is JVC. Is the quality the same as always been?


#2

Taiyo Yuden acquired the rights to the JVC recordable media division back in 2008. They use the JVC name in many different markets, though they still sell discs under their own brand That’s in some countries.

Many claim the quality of recordable discs has declined over the past few years as prices have gone down and demand for optical discs has dropped. The JVC TY discs are still some of the best available however, so if you need more blank dvds, these should be fine.


#3

Thanks mate


#5

Several Questions. The TY JVC premium DVD-R JVC can be had for $22.00. This is the lowest I have found for TY. Are we sure that the quality is there.?

Why doesn’t TY sell a premium DVD+R?


#6

Taiyo Yuden does sell +R discs under the JVC brand name that are labeled Premium:

http://www.rima.com/prod/VP-R47HG100.html

I don’t think you’ll have any problems with the regular TY however.


#7

[QUOTE=blamfers;2673956]Several Questions. The TY JVC premium DVD-R JVC can be had for $22.00. This is the lowest I have found for TY. Are we sure that the quality is there.?

Why doesn’t TY sell a premium DVD+R?[/QUOTE]

If you find that low a price the DVDs are probably “Value Line” (seconds).

It’s best to stay with Premium Line DVDs:

I’ve recorded many thousands of these TYs with my three dozen Panasonic, Magnavox and Philips recorders. I keep at least 2,000 of these blank TYs on hand at all times.


#8

The place I used to get them won’t stock them any more. Does any one know where in Sydney AU. I can find them?

Thanks


#9

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2673960]Taiyo Yuden does sell +R discs under the JVC brand name that are labeled Premium:

http://www.rima.com/prod/VP-R47HG100.html

I don’t think you’ll have any problems with the regular TY however.[/QUOTE]

I burned a lot of these http://www.rima.com/prod/VP-R47HG100.html discs and I can say they are decent .


#10

For CDR they seem to be the same, I’ve been using these: http://www.rima.com/prod/1162.html