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Does anyone have any information on KODAK DVD's. I see them on sale a lot. I am just wondering about the quality.
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Kodak is just a brand name, not a manufacturer of blank optical media. You'll need to inspect the disc for the media ID, to learn you manufactured the disc. In all likelihood, it's a lower-grade manufacturer like Moser Baer (MBI) or MAM-A. Don't buy these discs on promises of being "archival" or "gold" or any such nonsense.

For more information on blank DVDs, see the guide: http://www.digitalFAQ.com/reviews/dvd-media.htm

I'd much rather buy TDK in local stores (RitekF1, RitekF16).
Or better yet, get some Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim discs from an online store like Amazon, SMS or Meritline. See the review for best current deals.

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