DVD media for Pioneer 106

  reddwarfcrew 15:55 15 Nov 03

I'm about to take the plunge and buy the pioneer 106 dvd writer as it seems to have good praise in all forums.

Can anyone recommend what media suits this drive the best?

  SEASHANTY 16:11 15 Nov 03

DVD writers compatible media click here
also for a selection of media click here

  SEASHANTY 16:18 15 Nov 03

Before you tell me that the Pioneer A06/106 is not listed I will point out the A05/105 is misleadingly labelled as 'Sony'. The 106 should take all the same ones as the 105 for DVD-R. I use Verbatim. Haven't used any DVD+R yet.

  Rayuk 16:19 15 Nov 03

Personal experiences

Mirror Platinum x4
Datasafe Media x4
Ridata x4 [G04 dye]

All from click here

All copy no coasters,play on most dvd players,but not on my Sony 300 so spent large amount of £60 for multi region all types of media from Aria,played everything I have thrown at it.

TDK DVD=R x4 copied ok not found a dvd player that will playback

  Rayuk 16:19 15 Nov 03

Sorry TDK is DVD+R[plus]

  jimv7 18:15 15 Nov 03
  bremner 18:16 15 Nov 03

I have the DVR 106 and have tried a few brands nad have settled with Memorex 4x -R. They play back fine on every other player I have tried.

  SEASHANTY 21:41 15 Nov 03

In their weekly list (A4 paper sheets) Microdirect list DVD-R suitable for both Panasonic and Pioneer
Discrite 2x (20 pack) £21-15 ; Discrite 4x (25 pack)
£28-20 and Mirror 4x (25 pack) £25-85 all inc vat.
Have purchased a pack of the latter but not tried them yet. The Verbatim from Maplin are excellent but rather pricey at £40 for a 25 pack of 2x.

  Stuartli 08:39 16 Nov 03

jimv7's link is likely to be the best as the company details which media suits the 106 and which doesn't - it also offers perhaps the lowest prices for both the media and the rewriter itself on the net and is a very reliable outlet.

Dabs also sells 25 DVD-R disks for £15 but compatibility with various rewriters is unknown.

  Stuartli 08:40 16 Nov 03

My son bought the 106 from them a few weeks ago, along with the media.

He's delighted with it and the DVDs he's produced play perfectly on every DVD-ROM and player I've tried to date.

hi, i bought the pioneer 106 a few weeks back
and i bought traxdata DVD- they about a £1 each
from click here, i backed up 5 DVD
movies and they all play great on my DVD player
and my nephew's playstation 2.

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