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  1. Member
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    I'm looking to buy Taiyo Yuden 8X DVD+R White Inkjet Hub Printables, Rima lists this as DVD+R47WPP100SK8 while Supermediastore and Meritline lists this as DVD+R47WPP600SK are these the same product?
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    IMHO I'd just buy it from Rima.com. I'm sure LS will be able to answer your question.
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    I think people read too much into things like this. When's the last time you examined the bar code on a head of lettuce at the grocery store?

    Buy TY discs from any respected retailer, and you'll be fine.
    List of them at http://www.digitalfaq.com/reviews/buy-blank-discs.htm

    It doesn't have to be that complicated.
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    Thanks!
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    Originally Posted by lordsmurf
    I think people read too much into things like this. When's the last time you examined the bar code on a head of lettuce at the grocery store?

    Buy TY discs from any respected retailer, and you'll be fine.
    List of them at http://www.digitalfaq.com/reviews/buy-blank-discs.htm

    It doesn't have to be that complicated.
    I am 100% in agreement, yet we do have members here who have committed various Verbatim and TY product numbers to memory. I have better things to do than memorize product numbers, but that's just me.
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    100SK vs 600SK is the same product. The 600SK is a TY # referring to how it is packaged - comes in a case of six spools of 100. The 100SK is the TY # for one spool. Some suppliers sell by the spool and still use the 600SK #.
    Depends what the definition of the word inhale is.
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