Where Can I Find some DVD+RW DL 8.5GB Media For Sale

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#1

I searched all over google, and got lame results.

Seems no one sells these online.

I need them for watching big x264 files.

Any Deals?


#2

They are NON EXISTENT to humble humans.


#3

I searched 30 different stores, amazon, buy. futureshop etc.

No one has them


#4

All I saw in the store from Officemax were crappy 3-pack Memorex for 6.99


#5

[QUOTE=Boxcutterz;2042371]All I saw in the store from Officemax were crappy 3-pack Memorex for 6.99[/QUOTE]Those aren’t RW just DL.

RW DL technically have existed for years, however they aren’t available to us.


#6

No They were 8.5GB RW, and I also saw Sony 2 pack for 12.99 at walgreens.

:eek:


#7

[QUOTE=Boxcutterz;2044293]No They were 8.5GB RW, and I also saw Sony 2 pack for 12.99 at walgreens.

:eek:[/QUOTE]

I would agree with the others.

Are you sure you’re not seeing the DVD+RW Alliance logo and thinking the discs are +RW DL?


#8

They RW 8.5gb

Maybe they -RW instead +RW

Very expensive though


#9

Dual layer rewriteables are like the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus. They don’t exist.


#10

My mom always used to say '…like the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus and [I]the Devil…[/I]They are your Dad…:a


#11

well i just proved the easter bunny and santa clause may exists
but dvd-rw dl do exists see below…
http://www.ambientweather.com/ptjvcvdwdl85gj.html
they go for about 10$ each dvd-rw dl that’s expensive but if that’s what u want go for it…
http://www.buy.com/prod/8-5gb-dual-layer-dvd-rw/q/loc/111/207906959.html


#12

Yeah, but the original question, and most of the replies, are talking about +RW DL. :slight_smile:


#13

[QUOTE=Arachne;2056664]Yeah, but the original question, and most of the replies, are talking about +RW DL. :)[/QUOTE]
what i mentioned above +/- its all the same for me…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DVD%2BRW_DL


#14

It would be interesting to find out who is manufacturing these DL RW’s? And how different burners go in writing to them… If only I lived in the US i’d be a guinea pig!


#15

Seems they’re made in Japan. By the way JVC are boasting about their new technology I’m guessing they themselves are manufacturing the media. Now to work on firmware support…