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Verbatim 95123 DataLifePlus 8.5 GB 2.4x White Inkjet Printable DVD+R DL Discs, 20 Disc Spindle

4.2 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

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  • 8.5 GB of storage capacity on a single-sided disc--No need to flip the disc
  • Supported by high speed Double Layer writers, up to 6X speed. Burn 8.5GB in approximately 17-19 minutes, saving up to 25 minutes per burn
  • Full-color, high resolution, photo-quality printing
  • Superior ink absorption, excellent ink drying time
  • Compatible with inkjet disc printers from Epson, Primera, Microboards, Rimage and others

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Verbatim
  • Model Number: 95123
  • Media Type: DVD+R DL
  • Size: 240Min
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

DVD+R DL Discs

Product Information

Product Dimensions 6.1 x 2.4 x 5.7 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 14.4 ounces
Department Computer Hardware, Supplies & Data Storage
Manufacturer Verbatim
ASIN B000ANRP82
Item model number 95123
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4.2 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,101 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Memory Cards > SD & SDHC Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com July 7, 2004

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I am burning these discs on a Sony DRU-810A, and they work flawlessly. Maybe it's the fact that they are on Sony's compatable list for the drive or that they are quality discs, I don't know. But what I do know is that the picture quality that I got from my copy was PERFECT. NO PIXELATION, NO DROPPED FRAMES, and NO PAUSES. A perfect burn.

I ran the Verbatim discs through DVDInfo Pro and it came back with write speeds of 2.4, 4.0, and 8.0 (see picture.) The box mine came in says "up to 6x speed," so you MIGHT be able to push it to 8x with a high speed drive.

For everyday, general consumer use you should find that these discs will give you a high quality, dependable burn. Some may ask if they are archival quality, and I have to say that my guess is 'no.' Unless the disc specifically says "archival quality" then I would assume that they are standard discs (which have been found to deteriorate over time.

I highly recommend these discs for your approved DVD+R DL burner. (Remember to check the media compatablitly of your drive BEFORE you purchase these discs or any other disc! See your drive manufacturer's website for details.)
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I just finished a huge wedding DVD project on my iMac, and after making 5 coasters in a row using Memorex discs I gave up. I almost ended up buying an extrenal burner thinking the problem was my built-in drive on my computer. Then I read on some help forums that Verbatim is the brand to use. So I ordered these and burned 8 DVDs in a row with no errors or problems, and the printable surface allowed me to print a high-quality picture on them. I couldn't be happier!
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While these DL disks cost a bit more than others, they are the only brand I've had good luck with. No coasters out of 40 so far. And, Plextor drives with the updated firmware manage to burn these at 6x, still with no problems.

I've tried Ritek, both Ritek labeled and Memorex labeled. The Riteks are okay, but only burn at 2.4, and I've had at least one bad burn. The memorex labeled Riteks were terrible, with only about a 20% yield, over three different burners, including a Memorex DVD writer. Memorex did send me a replacement spindle from their warranty site. The replacements seem to yield around 90% - much better than the original batch.
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I ordered two sets of discs - these and another brand that was slightly cheaper (a box of 25 for about the same price and this box of 20).

I was very nervous about these, because of the higher price and the "2.4x" burning speed.

I was able to burn these at "8x" (it was a valid option for me in Nero, I didn't have to do anything special to trick it or force it into the higher speed).

Even a 8x I have has PERFECT RESULTS with these, while the other brand (advertised to be 8x) struggled even when I tried slower burn speeds.

Technically this DESERVES 5 STARS, but it really hurts to pay close to $3/disc. Ouch. That's why I dropped it down to a 4-star rating. But I love inkjet-printable discs, I needed dual layer for this project, and a good $3 disc is better than a $2.50 coaster.

FYI - My burners at NEC ND-3520A and ND-3550A. Other burners may have different results, so always test before you order massive quantities of any brand of blank discs.
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Verbatim is my standard for optical media, so I basically bought these because I've had good luck with Verbatim CD-R's, all the testing I've read shows very good reliability with their CD-R's, and when researching what factories they use to make their CD-R's they would tend to stick with the same factory meaning that you can actually predict what manufacturer you're really getting media from. With other brands (Ritek comes to mind) even if you buy exactly the same brand and product number every single time, you may get media made at whatever totally random place won the manufacturing bid most recently. If one of those factories has a tendency to mint coasters then you end up playing roulette every time you buy a box. So some brand names don't really mean anything. (Though I should qualify this by saying my research is all a few years out of date and I have no idea what company's production practices have changed since then, if any.)

So far all I've done is print on one of these so I can report on print quality but not failure rates.

In case this is useful to others, here are the settings I used with my Epson Stylus Photo R3000 (UltraChrome K3 pigment based ink) and the Epson "Easy CD" software that came with it:

- Inner diameter: 36mm
- Outer diameter: 119mm
- "CD/DVD Premium Surface - PK" (photo black ink, not matte)
- Everything else default

The alignment on my printer was within 0.5mm without any adjustments. (I'm crudely estimating it was off by 0.2mm in one axis and 0.4mm in another, not enough for anyone to notice anything.) Setting the software for 36mm-119mm covered the entire printable surface.
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This is a long review, so I apologize for that in advance. But in researching the best optical media in various forums on the web recently, I turned up some good information and I thought I would include some of that here.

I've used Verbatims in various formats over the years, and have had no trouble with them, using primarily a Panasonic and Pioneer burner. I now have disks that are seven or eight years old that have backed up files, and they're still readable. The Riteks and the Memorex's, however, are showing high failure rates, and some of those disks are only 3-5 years old. This makes them useless for anything longer than a few years. I've seen some people say disks that were only a year or two old would no longer read.

I should mention that the reason for the four instead of five stars is that Verbatim has licensed its technology to a number of offshore manufacturers and their quality just isn't up to the old Verbatim standards. It could have been only three stars because it seems there are more of these lower quality disks floating around than the true Japanese made ones, so be careful. If there were only Japanese made Verbatims out there I would still rate them five stars.

As I mentioned, I've been reading up and doing some research on optical media since I need something reliable, and the cdfreaks forum on the web and a couple of other blogs where people discuss optical media are good sources of information, and people are reporting that the non-Japanese Verbatims often have problems. So stay away from those and make sure you get the true Japanese ones. Those will say so on the package.
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