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I've had great success with my cheapo Cyberhome DVD player. Its never let me down on any of my DVD-Rs. I think its an older style, its more full-sized/traditional sized than the little tiny cyberhome dvd player I see in stores.
 

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Panasonic and JVC models play all DVD recordable types great. JVC has the fastest load times.
Joxer, as far as JVC I agree, but you have to be careful with Panasonic - depends on the model. Some of Panas do not play DVD recordables, even DVD-Rs at all. Not long ago my neighbour got a Pana player (do not remember a model number and it was not compatible with DVD-Rs (even the menu stated that).


Along with JVC, I would say Pioneer players usually play any disc type reliably. The exact model numbers that are compatible are (DV563A, DV578A). Perhaps other models are compatible as well.
 

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I've NEVER had problems with Panny players recognizing home brew DVD-R's. They work in the following players I've tested them in:

rp-56

rp-82

rp-91

S35- DVD-RAM compatible too

S55- DVD RAM compatible too

XP-30

XP-50

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