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Best Place To Buy Blank DVD'S

Can anyone suggest a good place to buy DVD'S (about 100 at a time) for a good price and ones that will not fail?

Has anyone bought a DVD, burned it, played it a few times and then it went bad?

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"will not fail"

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Given the laws of statistics, such will never happen. You are bound to have a failure "someday."

Here I just get them with brand names and shop around. Since you may not be where I am, my shopping spots may not apply to Aus.

Bob

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Frequently, people's objectives conflict. Such is the case

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with 'good price' and 'will not fail'. I'm not sure what 'good price' means. If you want reliability, look for archival DVDs at a good photo store. The ones sold here use gold in their manufacture, and cost about $1 per disk.

Cheap disks will do as you describe. I don't recall ever having it happen.

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