I use this AML media. It was purchased at Comp USA in shrink wrapped stacks of 15.
So far I have burned 7 disc's. All have been pristine and have played back w/o any flaws. Matter of fact they look more crisp than the orginal master that they were produced from.
Tell me (if you know) why they get such a poor rating?
I have not seen any data that shows why they are bad. In fact, the few people here that have posted scans of this media say it looks pretty good.
I do not use a burner on a computer. I use an Emerson Ewr10d4.
In looking through many forums, it appears that there is a compatibility issue with those who use burners on computers vs. set-top recorders.
Mostly people say, "my burner can't read these so they are rubbish". Wouldn't that simply mean that the software (firmware) simply does not have the AML code? How then does that make this or any other media that can not be read junk media?
Like I said, there have been some that have run scans and found this media to be good.
Just a guy who is new at this and I am trying to understand junk media statements. Anyone can say a brand name is the best, but sometimes that is not true.