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Non Panasonic disk picture quality

Hello. This isn't a problem but just general questions. I have a Panasonic DVD recorder. It very well may be this model it just doesn't have the "S" at the end of the model number. I use Sony brand DVDs to record in my recorder. Today I just found out that Panasonic DVDs are recommended. I am now aware that non-Panasonic disks can have problems in this recorder. I haven't had problems yet but can another reason that Panasonic disks are recommended is that the recorded picture quality is lower on non-Panasonic disks including Sony brand? Or is the picture quality just the same as Panasonic? I would like someone who knows DVD recorders to help me on this topic, Thank you.

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The quality is the same , the machine is designed to put the same quality on any media brand. Sony is just as good if not better when it comes to quality issues.

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DVD-R DL
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I got this info from http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071016055835AApo5e6

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