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  I've found the Taiyo Yuden DVD-Rs to be more reliable than other brands I'd tried.  With some other brands, I was having as much as 15% "failures," defined as any noticed visual problem not present in the original.  With the T-Y Premium DVD-Rs, it's down to 1-2%.  On my current spindle of 100, I've used about 75 and had no noticed problems.
  This reflects only my personal usage and is not intended as any institutional endorsement of any product.

Larry Miller

>>> Matt Sohn <[log in to unmask]> 12/5/2008 3:03 PM >>>
I am preparing to archive a large number of 24/96 audio files to DVD-R. I am looking for recommendations for types and/or brands of DVD-R discs. Are gold discs worth the extra expense? Any particular manufacturers with proven track records for reliability?
With CDR media I have had good luck with Mitsui/MAM-A and Taiyo-Yuden, but I haven't done much work involving DVD-R to date.

Thanks,
Matt Sohn