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Verbatim 8.5 GB 2.4X Double Layer Recordable Disc DVD+R DL, 3-Disc Jewel Cases 95014

4.6 out of 5 stars 509 customer reviews
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  • 3-pack of double-layer DVD+R DL discs in their own jewel cases
  • Supported by high speed Double Layer
  • 8.5 GB of storage capacity on a single-sided disc--no need to flip the disc
  • Record 4 hours of DVD quality television and video (16 hours of VHS quality)
  • Compatible with DVD+R DL drives from Sony, Philips, Lite On and other leading manufacturers
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Technical Details

Size: 3-Disc
  • Brand Name: Verbatim
  • Model Number: 95014
  • Removable Storage Native Capacity: 8500 MB
  • Write Speed: 2x
  • Media Type: DVD+R
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Product Description

Size: 3-Disc

Product Description

Verbatim - Dual-Layer DVD+R Discs, 8.5GB, 2.4x, w/Jewel Cases, 3/Pack, Silver - Sold As 1 Pack

Enormous, double-layer storage capacity accommodates longer programming, such as sporting events, weddings, and more. Ideal for archiving home movies and other precious memories. Use for backing up important business documents or any other capacity-intensive application. Reliable disc lets you store more per disc for more efficient storage. Compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and DVD players for hassle-free writing and reading. Permanent, write-once format means data can't be overwritten or erased. Disk Type: DVD+R DL; Capacity (HD Video): N/A; Capacity (Video): 240.0 min; Capacity (Music): N/A.
  • Enormous, double-layer capacity.
  • Archive home movies.
  • Back up business documents.
  • Efficient, reliable storage.
  • Compatible with most DVD-ROM drives and DVD players.

  • From the Manufacturer

    Each of these write-once double-layer DVD+R discs from Verbatim holds up to 8.5 GB of information--nearly twice the storage capacity of traditional DVD+R media--letting users record up to four hours of DVD-quality television and video or up to 16 hours of VHS-quality footage. The extra-large capacity makes these discs a perfect medium for recording home movies and other video-intensive activities. The 2.4x discs offer two AZO recording layers on a single-sided disc and are compatible with all double-layer DVD+R drives.

    Product Information

    Size:3-Disc
    Product Dimensions 6.5 x 5.8 x 1.5 inches
    Item Weight 12 ounces
    Shipping Weight 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
    Department Computer Hardware, Supplies & Data Storage
    Manufacturer Verbatim
    ASIN B0002LEMWE
    Item model number 95014
    Customer Reviews
    4.6 out of 5 stars 509 customer reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #60 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Blank Media > DVD+R Discs
    Date first available at Amazon.com June 17, 2003

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    Size: 3-Disc Verified Purchase
    Quick Summary: Burns at 2.4x or 4x on Plextor 716A burner; Verbatim DVD+R DL burned with the Plextor 716A is PLAYABLE in EVERY DVD Player (at least 20 and counting) I have tried!!! Awesome.

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    I recently used the Verbatim DVD+R DL media to back up a couple of my most popular DVD's. The original was 8.1GB in size and contained about 50 music videos. I couldn't get it to squeeze down to fit on a single layer disc. Verbatim DVD+R DL to the rescue!

    Using my new Plextor PX-716A burner (an excellent DVD Burner!), I used the included PlexTools program to make a copy of my DVD. Note, the original DVD is not protected in any way.

    I burned the DVD+R DL at 4x speed (approx. 28 min. to burn). There is a selection in the Plextor's software to "overwrite" the book type of the DVD+R DL so that it looks like a pressed dual-layer DVD to settop DVD players (to avoid a confusing older DVD players). I used this setting (it is by default) to burn the DVD.

    When it comes to DVD burning, there is no better test than the compatiblilty and quality test of the burned disc. The test is simple, put the burned DVD in as many players as you can and see how many can and cannot read it. Well, I have to say that I have tested this DVD+R DL in over 20 DVD players so far, and ALL have played it with NO COMPATIBILITY issues whatsoever. This finding is as good as or better than all DVD+R and DVD-R (single layer) I have ever used.

    After having read all the reviews on the web about how incompatible burned DVD+R DL discs are, I have to say, the Plextor 716A and Verbatim DVD+R DL combination blows everything else away.

    Yes, the discs are kinda expensive, but if you have valuable or irreplaceable DVDs to back up, they will work for you.
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    Size: 10-Disc
    I am burning these discs on a Lite-On LH-20A1S and a Sony DRU-810A, and they work flawlessly. Maybe it's the fact that they are on Sony's compatible 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 compatibility of your drive BEFORE you purchase these discs or any other disc! See your drive manufacturer's website for details.)
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    Size: 50-Disc Verified Purchase
    First, let me say I have used and trusted Verbatim DVDs for years and my most recent experience was not typical, of course, or I would not have ordered again. That said, the most recent batch of these DL blank discs was horrible. Every single burn failed in one way or another. Because I trusted the media, I began testing long before blaming it. I tried 4 drives on 3 different computers, cleaning the drives first. I made sure firmware was updated, tried different versions of the software I use, slowed the burn speed to "1," and so on. Finally, after more than a month of off-and-on testing, I discovered an older spindle (also Verbatim) and tried one with the same combination of computer, drive and software that had failed every time. I got a perfect burn. I then tried another of those discs on a different computer and drive. Again I got a perfect burn. I then tried on the other drive in that same computer, and same result. Finally I tried my laptop computer and drive, another that had failed consistently before and that burn was also perfect. Conclusion? This batch of discs is seriously defective and I would recommend you wait until you see reviews after mine, for product bought after my purchase, before trusting Verbatim again. Also you should know. Do you read the "fine print" you agree to when you purchase from Amazon (literally purchases fulfilled by Amazon)? I don't, I have purchased many, many thousands of dollars worth of product here, and always trusted everything. I now find, because I took too long testing things trying to be certain of the problem (had I found the other run of blank DVDs sooner I admit I would have tried them sooner), Amazon's position is, "Too bad! We sold you defective product, but its your $50 loss! Thank you for shopping at Amazon!Read more ›
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    Size: 10-Disc Verified Purchase
    I am up to my fifth spindle. Zero coasters so far. I am using the Sony DRU-810 dvd burner. I am very happy with these.
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    Size: 3-Disc
    I am burning these discs on a Lite-On LH-20A1S and a Sony DRU-810A, and they work flawlessly (be sure to upgrade the burner firmware first!) Maybe it's the fact that they are on Sony's compatible 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 compatibility of your drive BEFORE you purchase these discs or any other disc! See your drive manufacturer's website for details.)
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