Microboards DVD-R White Inkjet Hub Printable 16X  Media 200 Pack in Cake Box (MIC-DVD-R-WIP100)

Review of Microboards DVD-R White Inkjet Hub Printable 16X Media 200 Pack in Cake Box (MIC-DVD-R-WIP100)


Overall Customer Rating:
4.7 out of 5.0
Based on a total of 65 review(s)
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Quality
5.0
Price
5.0
Delivery
5.0
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5.0
great media expecially for microboards printfactory
By alan on 02/22/2012
excellent
Quality
5.0
Price
5.0
Delivery
1.0
Overall
4.0
What Happened
By Ira on 02/09/2012
I have never had such a hard time trying to have my items delivered from your office. The FedEx personnel were so very confused and confusing that I would hope you have an alter avenue of delivery. Quite unacceptable. Other than that, the product itself is excellent.
Quality
4.0
Price
5.0
Delivery
5.0
Overall
5.0
Good product for MX-2
By Devin on 02/06/2012
We ran over 1000 of these through the Microboards MX-2 with a reject rate of about 1 in a hundred, and several of those were due to the publisher having issues. If the flat white look works for you, you can't go wrong with these for the price.
Quality
5.0
Price
5.0
Delivery
5.0
Overall
5.0
You will get your moneys worth
By Connie on 12/12/2011
As always, Supermediastore can be counted on. I've never had a problem with anything I ever ordered from them. These disks are as good a quality as any popular name brand.
Quality
3.0
Price
4.0
Delivery
5.0
Overall
3.0
VERY disappointed...
By Suzanne Trippany on 12/02/2011
I'm very disappointed at the quality of these blanks. The media code is CMCMAGAM3, same thing as most Philips, HP, Magnavox, and TDK DVD-R medias.

I tried burning MIcroboards 16x DVD-R discs using Lite-On DX-20A4H (external), NEC 3540A (internal), NEC 3550A (external), and Sony NEC Optiarc AD-7220S (internal) burners. I never burn anything at full 16x, so I started off at setting the max speed at 12x. Each discs burnt at 12x using 4 different burners had horrible quality results. I used NERO CD Speed to test the quality & the errors were unbelievable, scoring 0-24. I repeated this process burning discs on 4 burners at 8x and then even at 4x. I quality tested ALL the discs, none scored hired than 43 even burning at 4x.

Overall, not worth your money. Stick to Verbatim or TY printables for reliability.