I searched all over google, and got lame results.
Seems no one sells these online.
I need them for watching big x264 files.
They are NON EXISTENT to humble humans.
I searched 30 different stores, amazon, buy. futureshop etc.
No one has them
All I saw in the store from Officemax were crappy 3-pack Memorex for 6.99
[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.
No They were 8.5GB RW, and I also saw Sony 2 pack for 12.99 at walgreens.
[QUOTE=Boxcutterz;2044293]No They were 8.5GB RW, and I also saw Sony 2 pack for 12.99 at walgreens.
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?
They RW 8.5gb
Maybe they -RW instead +RW
Very expensive though
Dual layer rewriteables are like the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus. They don’t exist.
My mom always used to say '…like the Easter Bunny, Santa Claus and [I]the Devil…[/I]They are your Dad…:a
well i just proved the easter bunny and santa clause may exists
but dvd-rw dl do exists see below…
they go for about 10$ each dvd-rw dl that’s expensive but if that’s what u want go for it…
Yeah, but the original question, and most of the replies, are talking about +RW DL.
[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…
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!
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…