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Infiniti DVD are digital versatile discs (DVD) designed to be recordable on any compatible dvd writing device. Many DVD reading devices in standalone DVD players cannot record onto DVD discs - you need a DVD Recording device, which can both read and record with DVD. A DVD recordable contains a layer of a chemical substrate that is hit (burned) by a laser. The laser changes the reflectivity where it hits, which then can be read back as a series of ones and zeroes. A dual layer contains two layers of this chemical and by adapting the laser intensity both layers can be written. Of course this is a very complicated process and requires a lot of precision and the right materials to make sure that after the data has been burned, it can still be read back without errors.
only 50% success rate but you get what you pay for and they do make attractive coasters for the coffee tablePublished on 18 Sept. 2013 by Andy Olding
I bought a cakebox of 25 infiniti 360 8x Dual Layer DVD+R and was amazon that out of the 25 only 4 were actually writable. Read morePublished on 18 Mar. 2013 by Mr. C. Brown
All the disks wrote and I had no problems with them but I suppose it depends more on your writers. I usually only buy verbs but always use these for home if I can get them.Published on 4 Mar. 2013 by Jim Ferguson
Hey they are disks they work the were a good price and as I ran out this was good for mePublished on 28 Feb. 2013 by digger
i use verbs all the time with no problem, maybe 1 bad disk out of a 25 pack but so far with these ive had 4 bad burns with the first 4 disks (not a great start) so there going in... Read morePublished on 25 Jan. 2013 by sean
ordered these on the 9th jan and im still waiting for them its now the 16th keep clear of this useless suppler wont be buying anything from thesePublished on 16 Jan. 2013 by stephen
Have used about 10 of these so far, only one of which has not failed.
Have used Elite M discs previously, but thought I'd give Infinity a go as they appeared good value. Read more