50 Pack Verbatim Blank Replacement DVD-R Discs

50pcs Verbatim 43548 4.7GB 16x Blank DVD R Disc Spindle

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Scan code: LN69194 Manufacturer code: 43548 Request call
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Product Overview Verbatim DVDR/RW uses MKM/Verbatim's technology which ensures any recording to be of a superior quality. Mitsubishi Chemical's R&D combined with its strong coorperation with drive manufacturers ensures the broad compatibility of Verbatim's discs making them ideal for sharing computer data, home videos, photos and music. From Europe's Number 1* for recordable media

* SCCG CD/DVDR '03 - '09.

DVD-R is a recordable disc providing 4.7GB capacity. Compliant with the DVD-Forum specifications.
• AZO recording layer.
• Highest Level of recording stability.
• Superior Archival life. Features • Capacity: 4.7GB
• Speed: 16x
• Pack Style: 50 Pack Spindle
• Disc Surface: Matt Silver
Specifications
Specifications
Capacity 4.7GB
Pack Style Spindle
Media Type DVD-R
Type DVD-R
Recording Speed 16x
Blu-ray Single Sided No
Single Layer No
Dual Layer No
Disk Surface Matt Silver
Video Recording Time  
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50 Pack Verbatim Blank Replacement DVD-R Discs
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