Prodisc 16X to 1X DVD-R - In Stock, Ready-to-Ship!
compatible high speed blank DVDs for today's fastest burners . Up ro 16X write speed certified, 4.7GB single sided, with a blank SILVER top surface. The silver top blank surface, features no logos or imprinting, over a highly playback-compatible red-purple color dye on the bottom writing side. Features the newest Version 2.0 DVD-R "minus" or general purpose format.
If your DVD burner is 16x capable for DVD-R "general purpose" type discs, then it should burn these discs (see general compatibility notes below). The drives above have been tested with the firmware shown and have proven to be compatible.
SPEED NOTE -- 4X or 8X or 16x burning is possible only with the latest hardware, such as the Pioneer DVR-A08/108/109/A09 burners and new 16x, 8x or 4x Dual DVD+/-RW burners from Sony or NEC. Be sure to upgrade your firmware to the latest official firmware releases available to maximize your drive's compatibility with more disc brands, and also to ensure that your DVDs will play with fewer errors on stand alone DVD players.
Owners of Panasonic DVD-RAM/-R Recorders should buy our Stock Nos. 702757, 702991 silver top professional grade DVD-R discs, or our white topped DVD-R discs Stock No. 702740W. Panasonic's mechanisms require a disc with higher-than-normal reflectivity. Those 3 products are working well for most models of Panasonic DVD recorders and burners.
GENERAL COMPATIBILITY NOTES - These discs are Version 2.0, the latest type of general purpse DVD-R, and have been tested and certified to work well with DVD-R "general" pr type DVD burners. After being properly burned, they can be played on most DVD players. Most problems with disc compatibility are actually caused by outdated drive firmware. Firmware controls how your drive works with different brands of discs. Recent firmware upgrades are now available for most DVD burner drives that tremedously improve the drives' ability to recognize and burn more brands of DVD discs properly, so those discs will play without errors on most DVD players. You should check frequently to see if new upgrades are available, because new releases are now being released every week. Download FREE firmware upgrades for DVD burners at CDRInfo.com or Firmware-Flash.com, or go to your manufacturer's support pages.
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