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Sony DVD+R 4.7 GB Recordable Storage Spindle - 100 Disc (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Sony

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  • Now you can create, edit and archive, home movies and digital photos while storing and accessing data from one disc.
  • Featuring 1X - 16X compatible write speed.
  • Reliability: Information recorded today will still be there - years into the future.
  • Accuracy: To make the most of DVD's digital picture and sound, every 1 and 0 is recorded with the utmost precision.
  • Compatibility: Records and plays in the widest possible range of drives, camcorders and videos recorders/players.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: DPR-47/100
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 4700 MB
  • Media Type: DVD+R
  • Size Name: 120min
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 6.5 inches ; 3.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007PN5N2
  • Item model number: DPR-47/100
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 9, 2005

Product Description

SONY DISC DVD+R 4.7GB FOR GENERAL USE 16X100/PK SPINDLE

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

So far I'm having 60% coaster rate with these Sony discs.
Cmyk Twain
Now I'm going to tell you a secret, The 100 packs of Sony single layer media comes from Taiwan, the 3rd best manufacturing facility.
Donald Autry
Will definitely order this product again the next time I need dvds!
Jael

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Epifanio on January 22, 2006
I work a lot with DVDs, and have observed wide variance in quality, even from the same vendor. I had good luck with Sony when purchased from local stores, but most of the disks in my 100 stack from Amazon exhibit significant popping and stalling, regardless of write speed. Its impossible to say whether Amazon just got a bad lot, or if there was damage during shipping (the stack was rolling around in the box on arrival). My advice is to buy smaller stacks. Bigger stacks are cheaper, but if you get a bad stack, you lose a lot more money.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Amozarte VINE VOICE on August 30, 2007
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For the last few years I have always bought these DVD+Rs. I've probably bought a dozen spindles and I've never had a problem. Some of the other reviewers have mentioned needing to throw an entire spindle away and I don't recall throwing more than an occasional disc away. Of course, if you've burned discs of any sort you'll know that regardless of brand you're going to produce the occasional "coaster."

That being said, it's important to realise that recordable drives and discs are similar to people in terms of compatibility. By that I mean that one type of disc may be in true love with a certain drive, but absolutely loathe another. Even if you've had great success with a certain brand of discs, you may not have the same success if you change drives.

My sincere recommendation is that you start small. Buy a few single discs or perhaps a ten pack until you're confident that the discs are working well with your drive. Then, you can start buying the 50 and 100 spindles. Sure, you may lose the "bulk discount" for the one or two "test" discs but you're saving yourself from losing an entire spindle of possibly incompatible discs.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Ms Maiden on April 3, 2011
I have been using these now for several years, have burned well over five packages of these 100 disc spindles using an LG SATA drive on my PC.

Only a few were coasters. Decent quality, decent price - until now.
I bought a new 100 pack at a national office supply chain a couple weeks ago. I have bought them there before as well as BJ's but they no longer carry them.

After buring my final disc of the previous pack last night I opened the new one, popped in a disc and the trouble began.

Disc after disc failed to burn. I tried burning discs from the middle as well as bottom of the stack.
I tried different software (Ashampoo etc) still didnt work. At the suggestion of another reviewer here I installed DVD Identifier and sure enough, while the old discs say manufactured by SONY, these new ones say RITEK. Even though the package shrink wrap says MADE IN TAIWAN (which I look for as opposed to MAYLAYSIA) they are RITEK junk.

They will work in my stand alone Sony DVD Direct but Im throwing them out.

Guess it's back to Verbatim which by the way ARE burning just fine. They are an older pack, hope they havent changed the quality on those too.

Im sorry that Sony had to go this route
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Movedog on March 7, 2011
I typically don't have any problems burning DVD's even using the store brands. I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of coasters I've made over the years. These Sony discs have turned out to be absolute crap. I bought a 100 pack spindle and have yet to burn a good one. When I put in one of the other brands I have on hand I can burn the same file without issue so I know it's the discs. Interestingly, my main DVD burner is made by Sony. Go figure. Stay far away from these.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By tr4n on January 7, 2011
These disks are no longer the same sony disks that they are used to be. The company that makes these "daxon" is no longer producing dvds as of 2010. Most of the current sony disks are now made by ritek and they are known for producing cheap quality optical media. I would advice to check the MID of the dvd before burning. The ones that are made by daxon are labeled as Sony D21 while the one that are made by Ritek are labeled as Ritek F 16-01. So don't be fooled by the brand and the "made in taiwan" because you not getting what you thought you are getting.

Another way to verify if they are made by daxon or ritek is by looking at the wrapping label on the bottom of the cake box. There should be a serial id starting with the letter D.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Paige Turner VINE VOICE on September 23, 2010
I used to have great luck with the Sony DVD +Rs and their -R. But in the past year, it seems their product is now spotty in quality. Both on my Panasonic DVD recorder and on the computer, I have ended with more coasters than decent disks. About 50% are bad, and I've lost some valuable recordings because I have a hard time dubbing to them in high speed and in LP mode, and/or they don't finalize.

I am switching to another brand, because I can't afford to have these many discs go bad.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By simlife on December 30, 2006
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Taiyo Yuden media blanks are considered the best - I think Sony makes the second best. You can't go wrong with these. I've gone through 2 100-disk spindles so far and haven't had a single dud.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Andy Moursund on October 18, 2010
Since I got the Turner Classic Movies bug a little over a year ago, I've recorded about 1200 movies, using about 600 or 700 Sony DVD+R disks. I have an old fashioned conventional DVD recorder and record in the SP (2 hour), LP (4 hour) and EP (6 hour) modes.

To date, I've have no more than 3 or 4 bad disks, about 1 out of every 200, and both the sound and the picture quality are identical to the original movies as seen on TCM. I couldn't recommend this product more highly, at least for building up a library of classic movies.
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