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Philips Duplication Grade White Inkjet Hub Printable 16X DVD-R Media 100 Pack in Cake Box (DM4I6B00M/17)
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- Philips 16x Duplicator Grade Hub Inkjet Printable DVD-R - 100 Pack
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My experience with the Phillips disk has been much more positive. I have had no failures yet, and the center of the disk looks like it should. (Phillips calls these disks "Metalized" and I can see the shiny coating on the disk.) I would suggest that Phillips has not yet cheapened the quality of these DVD's, where Sony has. I would heartily recommend the Phillips disks.
One downside that I should mention (in case Phillips ever reads these reviews) is that the "cake box" that holds the disks is substandard. Although adequately packed by Amazon, the package was subject to the normal shipping mishaps. The spindle on the cake box broke off, and the tabs on the cover broke also. Thus, the cake box was unusable, but the disks were still intact and stacked. Phillips, could you please make the packaging of these disks more pliable and less brittle?
UPDATE: After 100 discs, no failures. As my image on the product page shows, these DVD's offer excellent printing also.
Addl UPDATE: I am on my second 100 pack of discs as of 2/1/12. Again, NO failures. These discs are superior to the Sony discs that another review supports. DVD's and Blu-rays are sometimes sensitive to the manufacturer of the burner used. I am using a HP DVD/Blu-ray combo burner. Unless you have had problems with other DVD's and your burner is sensitive to what it takes, I think you should ignore ONE negative review and go with these Phillips DVD's. It is not like they are some no-name bargain brand, these discs are produced by the same company in Taiwan (CMC Magnetics Corp.) that produces discs for TDK, Verbatim and many other OEM brands.
UPDATE Two (12/12): I have now used over 300 Phillips disks and have not had a single failure. During the basketball season, I record every single game and distribute the result to parents on Phillips DVD's with a photo label printed with my Epson inkjet printer. These DVD's have continued to be one of my best purchase decisions, with consistent and excellent quality.
I have two different duplication systems. Each made by a different manufacturer and maintained annually. Out of the 500 disks, 300 of them failed while burning. On average, I will lose 1 disk out of every 200 due to failure. Not lose 300 out of 500.
Thinking that it might be the duplicators, I purchased a pack of verbatim disks and all 100 of them duplicated without issue.
These DVDs are terrible.
One thing to be aware of is that you need to be very careful not to touch the top of the DVD with your bare fingers before printing on it.
It leaves fingerprint oil on top of the DVD, and then the ink pools up on it and doesn't look very good.
At least this happens with my printer, an Epson Artisan 837.