TDK DVD-R 100pk $22.99 free shipping @Newegg

I still think e-tail has a bit more to go on reducing prices… a 2nd tier dvd media company shouldn’t be more than $10 for a 50pk and $20 for a 100pk but if your running low or out of blank media this is about the best deal around for now. This is without any rebates…
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According to the customer reviews there at NewEgg, these are “RITEKF1” discs. Go here:

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f76/ritek-dvd-r-87408/index8.html

and look a ways down, you will several scans of RITEKF1. None of the scans posted for this media look like anything I want to buy, and most were burnt at 8x, not 16x.

[QUOTE=HenryNettles;1981132]According to the customer reviews there at NewEgg, these are “RITEKF1” discs. Go here:

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f76/ritek-dvd-r-87408/index8.html

and look a ways down, you will several scans of RITEKF1. None of the scans posted for this media look like anything I want to buy, and most were burnt at 8x, not 16x.[/QUOTE]

I read the reviews… some are lukewarm, but that can be that certain writers don’t like the media or the format (+ vs - )

That’s ok, if you can afford $15-25 more per 100pk then you don’t need to be looking at bargain basement deals (and go with Ty’s) but instead you have your pick of 2nd tier disc makers… Circuit City has Philips dvd-r/+r’s on sale this week 50pk for $9.99 I don’t defend any brand lately… I think all makers have decreased in quality… even 1st tier makers. The key is, does the media suit your needs? A pi/pif errors may not necessarily correspond to a disc that won’t “skip” when playing a video dvd. So, it takes a little experimenting to figure it out. If your looking to backup generic data / media files, then pi/pif errors are a fair indicator of disc quality.