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    Default HUB PRINTABLE +R DL's?

    Hi guys, can anyone recommend Ink-jet hub-printable, Dual Layer DVD +R's? I don't think Verbatim makes them. Thanks.
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    http://www.supermediastore.com/verba...ble-95123.html

    what's the exact difference, color me sharpie stupid?

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    Thanks Chewy, but those are not hub-printable. Hub-printable means that you can print all the way to the center, including the "hub" portion that's usually clear. BTW I would never call a wookie stupid, for fear of loosing limbs!
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    according to verbatim they only make a thermal hub printable DL dvd+r, but I wouldn't even be sure of that

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    I think they also make a single layer but that doesn't help me. Maybe another company like TY makes them. I guess I need to know what companies are reliable.
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    AFAIK, no one makes them. I've only found one source for silver hub SL disks.
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    http://www.supermediastore.com/taiyo...d-r-media.html

    the only afforable quality solution to hub printable white

    the +r's are 10 to 15 cents more

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    Chewy, those aren't DL are they?
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    I was responding to steve's post, DL's in inkjet hub printable seem non existant, might find some ritek but probably wouldn't want them.

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    As you know, I've had enough of Ritek DL's.

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    I don't follow you, either. Your link is to white hub SLs, & I was remarking on the scarcity of silver hub SLs. AFAIK, only ProDisc makes them, and only in -R. Here's one of the few sources for them.

    http://www.genesysdtp.com/dvdr16xproijsdetails.htm

    My point was: if TY, Verb, & other major mfrs. aren't even offering this yet, what are the chances they'll offer hub-printable (wh/slv ; +/-) DLs anytime soon?
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    this doesnt help either, but i know Maxell Plus Series DVD-R's come in hub printable (i know, as i have some) but they are single layer.

    if verbatim doesnt make any, i wouldnt look to other brands/manufacturers, because Verbatim makes THE only good DL media. i would settle with the white inkjet printable.

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