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Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle)

B&H # MIDMRLS1650 Mfr # LS-DVD-R-50Y
You Pay: $17.95
Product Highlights
  • 4.7GB Capacity
  • 120 Minutes Recording Time
  • Up to 16x Write Speed
  • Printable

Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs are high-quality DVD-R discs for both pro and amateur use. This is a write-once, recordable compact disc with 4.7GB of data storage capacity, or 120 minutes of audio recording. Burn on professional quality labels with laser precision and detail - no more marker scrawl or adhesive labels to center, only to have them peel off the disc.

Get silkscreen-quality labels on the DVD. Using the same laser that burns data in the disc drive, burn the data as always, flip the disc over, and reinsert it into the drive and burn a precise and permanent iridescent label. The disc is for use with LightScribe compatible equipment.

A recognized leader in the industry, Microboards Technology has been providing customers with the latest in disc technology since 1989. Microboards offers a broad selection of innovative, cutting-edge products, solutions and media from both leading manufacturers and its own line of high-quality disc publishing systems, printing solutions and media.

4.7GB 16x DVD-R with 120 minutes of recording time
Burn custom labels direct to disc using LightScribe recorder
Compatible for full surface, edge to edge printing
Format DVD-R
Capacity 4.7GB
Recording Time 120 minutes
Speed Up to 16x
Layer Single
Double/Single-Sided Single
Scratch Resistant Not Applicable
Printable Yes
Coating Gold surface
Packaging 50 Pack Spindle

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MicroboardsDVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle)
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Works Perfectly and Very Reliable!

By TheTechGeek

from Brooklyn, NY

About Me Semi-Professional

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Reliable

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle):

      I have been using both Microboards CDS and DVDS for about 3 years now and they have worked very well for me and better than expected. They have performed as well as the well-known brands such as Memorex, Maxell and Verbatim and the the lightscribe quality is amazing. Furthermore, the price cannot be beat, especially at B&H. B&H is my official place to buy my CDS and DVDS because of the affordability in price and ease of travel. I would recommend MICROBOARDS as a permanent stay for anyone who is consistently producing CDS and DVDS for mass distribution.

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      5.0

      Good Product

      By Guelo

      from Elizabeth, NJ

      About Me High-end Shopper

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Fast
      • Reliable
      • Rugged
      • Slim
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Birthdays
        • Professional
        • Wedding

        Comments about Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle):

        Product used to record music & burn large capacity of digital images & videos

        • Primary use:
        • Business

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        1.0

        You get what you pay for

        By Lightscribe User

        from Boise, Idaho

        About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

        Pros

        • Data side works fine

        Cons

        • Poor Lightscribe quality

        Best Uses

          Comments about Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle):

          Data side of dvd is fine. The Lightscribe side is very erratic. Sometimes the drive (HP laptop) does not recognize it and all you can do is try another disc. Sometimes it "smears" making the image and text totally unrecognizable (could be sold as a new label design pattern :) Sometimes the image comes out OK but no high contrast even in the "Best" mode. The problem is not in my drive because it did great on a different brand discs, never had an error message. No, I do not recommend this brand to anyone. Pay a few more bucks and get something that works.

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          1.0

          Don't Recommend

          By weavervideo

          from Anchorage, Alaska

          About Me Quality Oriented

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

            Cons

            • Unreliable

            Best Uses

            • As a coaster
            • Food for my shredder

            Comments about Microboards DVD-R, 4.7GB, 16x LightScribe Discs (50 Pack Spindle):

            These disks record data/content just fine but the lightscribe side does not work on HP 565 stand-alone writers. I thought I'd save a few bucks by buying these as they were half as expensive as the Alertecs. Bad Move. Previously, I bought several 100 pack spindles of the Alertecs and never had a single bad disk. NONE of these disks were recognizable by the HP drives. They did seem to work in my Xerox duplicator.

            • Primary use:
            • Business

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