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Maxell DVD-R 4.7GB Write-Once, 16x Recordable Disc (Spindle Pack of 50)

B&H # MADMR1650 MFR # 638011
Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50)

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The Maxell DVD-R 4.7GB, 16x Recordable Disc (Spindle Pack of 50) is a write-once, general purpose recordable disc. The disc has 4.7GB of storage capacity, or 120 minutes of video recording time. The 16x disc is perfect for home video recording, storing digital pictures and transferring home movies. It can be used for capacity-intensive multimedia projects, data transfer and archival storage.

Write-once DVD-R recordable disc with 4.7GB data storage, or 120 minutes of recording time.
Up to 16x write speed
Secure unalterable data.
Random access to the data or video
Perfect for home video recording, storing digital pictures and transferring home movies
Used for capacity-intensive multimedia projects, data transfer and archival storage.
Superior archival life
Write compatible with DVD-R general recorders
Read compatible with most DVD playback devices including: DVD-R recorders, DVD-RAM drives, DVD-ROM and DVD video players.
Format DVD-R
Capacity 4.7GB
Recording Time 120 min - SP mode
360 min - EP mode
Speed Up to 16x
Layer Single
Double/Single-Sided Single
Scratch Resistant Not Specified by Manufacturer
Printable No
Coating Organic dye
Metal reflective layer
Packaging Spindle pack (50)
Weight 2.0 lbs (908g)
Maxell DVD-R 4.7GB Write-Once, 16x Recordable Disc (Spindle Pack of 50)
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    MaxellDVD-R 16x Disc (50)
     
    4.4

    (based on 8 reviews)

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      (3)

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      (5)

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    100%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

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        Best Uses

        • Movies (6)
        • Home (5)
        • Office (5)
          • Reviewer Profile:
          • Casual user (5), Enthusiast (3)
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        4.0

        Disks burned and played back perfectly.:

        By Brianko

        from Connecticut

        About Me Casual User

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • No Burn Problems
        • No Data Read Errors
        • Usually Reliable Brand
        • Very Reasonably Priced

        Cons

        • Made Of Thinner Plastic

        Best Uses

        • Home
        • Movies
        • Office
        • Professional

        Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

        I've been using Maxell brand media going back to audio cassette tapes and VHS video tapes, for durability and fidelity, since the 1980's, after some bad experiences with cheapo brands. I read customer reviews by some that said the newest Maxell recordable disks are supplied by a cheap manufacturer, then Maxell slaps their brand name on them. Other reviews talked about disks repeatedly failing to burn, making them "coasters." However, I read negative "burn failure/data read error/coaster" reviews for every brand of recordable DVD I looked at: HP, Sony, Verbatim, Memorex, etc. So, I ordered Maxell again. I did find that the disks are thinner, lighter (cheaper, I guess) plastic now, as compared to previous Maxell disks (why I gave a rating of 4 stars instead of 5). However, every single disk among the first 17 I've used so far burned and played back perfectly, and that includes that I turned the spindle pack base upside-down on a table, and took disks from the bottom first, on-purpose, to see if they worked after having been packaged under the weight of the rest of the disks. So, while the disk plastic is of a lighter weight, so far, I have yet to have a reason to switch to another brand.

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        4.0

        Every burned disk plays back perfectly.:

        By Brianko

        from Connecticut

        About Me Casual User

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • No Burn Failures
        • No Data Errors
        • Usually Reliable Brand
        • Very Reasonably Priced

        Cons

        • Made Of Thinner Plastic

        Best Uses

        • Home
        • Movies
        • Office
        • Professional

        Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

        I've been using Maxell brand media going back to audio cassette tapes and VHS video tapes, for durability and fidelity, since the 1980's, after some bad experiences with cheapo brands. I read customer reviews by some that said the newest Maxell recordable disks are supplied by a cheap manufacturer, then Maxell slaps their brand name on them. Other reviews talked about disks repeatedly failing to burn, making them "coasters." However, I read negative "burn failure/data read error/coaster" reviews for every brand of recordable DVD I looked at: HP, Sony, Verbatim, Memorex, etc. So, I ordered Maxell again. I did find that the disks are thinner, lighter (cheaper, I guess) plastic now, as compared to previous Maxell disks (why I gave a rating of 4 stars instead of 5). However, every single disk among the first 17 I've used so far burned and played back perfectly, and that includes that I turned the spindle pack base upside-down on a table, and took disks from the bottom first, on-purpose, to see if they worked after having been packaged under the weight of the rest of the disks. So, while the disk plastic is of a lighter weight, so far, I have yet to have a reason to switch to another brand.

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        5.0

        DVDrecorder

        By Sig the the DVD geek.

        from Waterford, N.Y.

        About Me Enthusiast

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Movies

            Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

            These blank DVD's are a very good quality,after about 150 rercoding's not one failure.Not much else to be said.

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            4.0

            does the job

            By Milo

            from Brooklyn, NY

            About Me Casual User

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

              Cons

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                • Home
                • Movies
                • Office

                Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

                Inexspensive, does the job fine.

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                5.0

                great products

                By mudbone

                from greenville sc

                About Me Casual User

                Verified Buyer

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                      Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

                      fast delivery and at half the price of other stores.

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                      4.0

                      Good discs at a great price...

                      By SpaceCadet

                      from New York City

                      About Me Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

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                            Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

                            Not much to say. They seem to perform as well as anything I've used. And the price was right.

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                            5.0

                            Great deal!

                            By Jeff

                            from Westchester County, NY

                            About Me Casual User

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Fast Setup
                            • Simple Controls

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Home
                              • Movies
                              • Office

                              Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

                              Great deal for a back of 16x DVD-r.

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                              • No

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                              4.0

                              Dependable yet cheap

                              By helper

                              from micronesia

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                                  • Home
                                  • Movies
                                  • Office

                                  Comments about Maxell DVD-R 16x Disc (50):

                                  I use these dvds to make copies of sermons from our worship services. I cannot find anywhere the price and quality I am getting at B&H. I will continue to buy.

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