Printing on Verbatim discs = Bad quality?

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Jan 12, 2010
  1. Christopho
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    I was wondering if printing on Verbatim Dual Layer Discs/DVD-R discs (with a special printer of course) produces less quality.

    Thanks in Advance~
     
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    it should not affect the quality of the disc, as the label side is where you will be printing. The dye on the burnable layer is what makes it a quality disc.
     
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    Verbatim has always been a high quality brand (in my eyes).
    And if you print something, it won't matter at all. the ink doesn't weigh enough to be of any trouble making the weight distrobution uneven. also: I've been using it myself for ~3 or 4 years and never had any problems.

    One tip though: If you print close to the center of the DVD, which IS possible with the right settings (so you won't have that white circle in the middle), then WAIT FOR 24 HOURS BEFORE USING!! That's where the dvd-reader grip the dvd I guess, and you can fuck things up pretty badly if you're unlucky... so printing close to the center = wait a while for it to completely dry!
     
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    Alright thanks guys ^^
     

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