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darth_ash

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I was planning to buy a DVD Writer.
Two months back, I saw an article that JVC had made Dual-Layer RWs.
Does anyone know; When DVD Writers with Dual-Layer RW support can be expected.
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Haven't really checked into it, but I imagine the discs will be outrageously expensive! ;)

Might be worth it to wait a year or two before buying!! :tazz:

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http://www.reviewcen...views72537.html
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SAAB,
The "Sony DRU-700A" as mentioned on ur website.
Supports only Dual-Layer Recordables® not Dual-Layer Rewritables(RW). It supports only single-layer RWs.
Check other websites, for the same model no.
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:tazz: Sorry. I will keep out an eye for you, though.
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Hey guys,
I have a Lite-on dual-layer DVD burner! work's fine ! couldn't find the web-page, still looking!
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