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Difference between a writable DVD of 1X8x ajaspreetarnend 1X16x.

Please,I would like to know about the difference between DVD of 8x and 16x and would it affect the recording? since this is the first time I bought it w/o reading the print.

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The only difference is that the 16x will get the job done faster.
The playback speed will be exactly the same.

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