Aone DVD+R DL 8.5GB Storage Media
25pcs Cakebox, Aone+(Gold) DL-8X-FF-25C, 8.5GB DVD+R DL 8x, Dual Layer Full Face Printable, 240min
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- 25pcs Verbatim 43667, Cakebox, 8.5GB, DVD+R DL, 8x, Dual Layer Printable, 240min£26.99£5.48 NEXT DAY DELIVERYIn stock
Tested to be highly compatible with DVD players and Video Game Consoles - customers report that they are especially compatible with the Xbox 360. With its extremely fast 8x write speed, you can write 8.5GB in less than 15 minutes!
Double-layer media has a capacity of 8.5GB, this equates to 240 minutes of video in standard play mode.
It is recommended to have the latest FIRMWARE of which ever DVD-Writer you are using. It is fine to burn this disc at 4x but the perfect condition is 2.4x.
Features • Manufacturer: Aone
• Type: DVD R Double Layer
• Speed: 8X and 240 min
• Full Face Printable Surface
• Capacity: 8.5GB
• SEP (Super Extended Play): 960 min
• SLP (Super Long Play): 720 min
• EP (Extended Play): 480 min
• LP (Long Play): 360 min
• SP (Standard Play): 240 min
• HQ (High Quality Play): 120 min
• Package Type: Spindle
• Number of Discs: 25
• Disc Diameter: 12cm
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 1 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
- Non-Returnable Item if Opened or Used
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