Verbatim shows feasibility of 8 speed DVD+R double layer burning

I just posted the article Verbatim shows feasibility of 8 speed DVD+R double layer burning.

Verbatim Europe has announced that is making engineering samples of 8x DVD+R double layer available to burner/recorder manufacturers to help them developing and optimizing the performance…

Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10000-Verbatim-shows-feasibility-of-8-speed-DVDR-double-layer-burning.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/10000-Verbatim-shows-feasibility-of-8-speed-DVDR-double-layer-burning.html)

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I’m not convinced that DL media is reliable. I’ll be sticking with SL and DVD-RAM for most of storage needs instead.

DL discs still cost too much. I don’t care burning at 2.4x but give me a cheaper DVD+R DL!!! :frowning:

All my DL burns (2 of them) have been flawless. What more could you ask for? :g

I’ve only purchased 1 3-pack of DL and it was from Newegg for $25.00 with a $10.00 Verbatim rebate. At net $5.00 per disk, I felt it was worth it. All three burned flawlessly with my Plextor PX-716SA and play on all players available to me (my Malata, Sony), my son’s Sony and my dad’s Denon.

maybe this is just a myth you hear on the net, but doesn’t the speed you burn a disc at effect the overall quality?