Sony DVD+RW Rewritable Discs on Spindle (4.7 GB), Pack of 25

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  • Comes in a Spindle
  • Holds 4.7GB
  • 25 Discs
  • 4x Speed

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Summary of Customer Reviews

(4)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Highly compatible (3),Reliable recording (3)
Best Uses:
Archiving data (3),Music (3),Video (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Quality oriented (4)

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
5.0

I would buy this product again and again

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from Valparaiso, IN  -  Quality Oriented

High quality re-writeable discs at a good price and shipped fast!

 
5.0

Timely delivery, perfect for what I need

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from Denver  -  Quality Oriented

This was a gift that was well received.

 
5.0

buy this

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from pocatello idaho  -  Quality Oriented

video

 
5.0

Item as described

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from NJ  -  Quality Oriented

Item as described

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Shopper  Why can't I play the dvd+rw disc's on the computer that I recorded on a DVD recorder?
CYNTHIA L  It may have something to do with the formatting. I've had issues with formatting on one player and playing on another even though they are the same recorded. Ck you book with your DVD recorder to see if they can tell you how to get around this issue.
Shopper  What's the difference between Sony 25DPW47RS2 DVD+RW in a blue spindle box and Sony DPW47SP DVD+RW in a green spindle box?
VICTORIA L  I don't see any difference. Maybe the factory production date or something I am not aware of.
Shopper  do they play on a DVD player?
ERIK E  I bought these online because I was having some problems with some other brands of DVDs so I thought I'd try Sonys but I couldn't find them locally. So far I have had no problems with them in either of my DVR machines or on my computer. I don't know why they wouldn't play on your DVD player since that's what they are designed for. I guess you could check with Sony's customer service department if you want to make sure.
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