98% quality dual layer?

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#1

when i burn these exact disks on my drive liton ihas220 they end up at 75-85% quality should upgrade to a better burner?

or does this have to do with the jitter being not shown?


#2

Maybe try scanning in the liteon too?


#3

i dont have any of his disks but he scanned mine at his end and it come up 84%

i think i may have solved a problem with my burner thou i will repost a scan from mine when done burning.

just looking around here 98% seems rare on dual layer media


#4

Yes it is, but I’ve never seen 100%!


#5

Try a scan with Nero CD/DVD Speed in the Lite-on. It is free to use.


#6

here is a scan from my burner using crap media

here is a scan using good media

now is this just a crappy burner or is it something else? should i stick to the crap media as it seems to work better? at what quality level should i pitch the disk and reburn?

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#7

same disks scanned in nero

crappy media

good media


#8

You can’t go by the pure quality score alone to determine whether or not to use the crap discs, or to get a new burner. At what speeds did you all burn the discs? And is the MKM 003 Verbatim branded?


#9

yes it say verbatim right on the disk, got them at stapels. burned the crap disk at 4x burned the verbatims at 2.4x


#10

Why’d you burn the MKM 003 at 2.4x? They don’t usually like to be written that slowly. :disagree: The minimum you should do with the average batch of MKM 003 is 4x, with 6x or 8x even being a sweet spot for good quality on those Verbatims [they were designed for high-speed writing, as was the iHAS220].


#11

tired at 8 x per your sugestion and it got alot worse on the quality