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2011-10-17 at 12:46AM UTC #2316
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Blujay

I’ve been hearing about different kinds of Verbatim and I’ve been told that Singapore made Verbatim is better than all. Can anyone clarify this? And if this is so, how do you tell if your media is Singapore or other. Why is Singapore Verbs considered better?

2011-10-17 at 01:04AM UTC #2318
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twisted247

its something to do with the type of dye they use in them. sum dye’s lasers can read better .

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2011-10-17 at 01:45AM UTC #2321
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Blujay

but don’t all verbs claim to have ‘azo’ dye? so isn’t all the ‘azo’ dye the same?

2011-10-17 at 03:15AM UTC #2325
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Pete391

It will say on the spindle packing where they were made…But I use Optical Quantum and their web page says they use the azo dye on their dual layer disks..They seem to work fine for the 360 games so far…Plus they are pretty cheap at newegg..

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2011-10-17 at 11:23AM UTC #2330
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QuickMythril

i just ordered two 50 packs of the optical quantum. i hadn’t heard that it was supposed to be azo, but wouldn’t c4e have tried those. or are they a rarer brand? either way i’ll be giving it a shot soon. the drives can’t be much longer now!!

2011-10-18 at 02:58PM UTC #2388
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net-x

I have read that Verbatim DVD+R DL are compatible. I already have some Verbatim DVD-R DL – are these no good??
Thanks for any info.

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