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  1. Member louv68's Avatar
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    I'm at the bottom of a 50pk of Optical Quantum OQBDR04LT-50 4X BD-R discs where you see the loose round plastic divider/protector. There are two BD-R LTH discs being used as that divider, followed by an actual plastic divider.

    Are these LTH discs so undesirable that the manufacturer sees them fit as packaging material?

    Disc ID: UMEBDR-114-000 which I searched but cannot find

    EDIT:
    I just answered my own question. ImgBurn has encountered a I/O Error, which makes this my first bad BD-R burn in over 2 years. Case closed.
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    Originally Posted by louv68 View Post
    Are these LTH discs so undesirable that the manufacturer sees them fit as packaging material?
    Maybe for that manufacturer. But I routinely use Verbatim LTH BD-Rs (J-BDR-25WS-25SB6L) because for one these have a waterproof glossy inkjet label and so far no-one I gave them to has had problems playing them back.
    For the nth time, with the possible exception of certain Intel processors, I don't have/ever owned anything whose name starts with "i".
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    I've literally use bad discs for quick/temp drink coasters.

    Covering the hole is the only problem.
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