Any idea about this ATIP?

vbimport

#1

capacity: 79:59:74
dye type: 6
manufacturer: 97m17s06f
Max supported speed: 12X

reported by CD Speed.


#2

Most likely ritek.

Tried CD-R identifier or Feurio? The y are more accurate…


#3

Unfortunately CD-R identifier does nto detect my writer (Yamaha SCSI CRW4416SX).

Ill try Feurio today.

Thanks.


#4

Verbatim colour 700 16x
ATIP start of lead in: -02:42:69 (sector: -12219)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 17 06
Reference speed: -
Minimum recording speed: -
Maximum recording speed: -
Unrestriced use: No
Disc type: Not Rewritable
Disc subtype: Medium Type B, low Beta category (B-)
Target writing power: 6

unfortunately atip do not include the manifacturer name… i dont think they are ritek.


#5

Can one of you with this disc please type the serial number located in the center ring of the disc?


#6

Fallen, how can u use the serial number?

anyway its 1270 1 0A B 025777 80

Related to this disk…please also see th folowing post:

http://forum.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=47340


#7

Waveking: Riteks generally have a serial number without spaces (except for before the 80 on the end of the 80-minute’s serial) and the 5th digit is always a letter that appears to represent the dye used. At least all Riteks I’ve seen were like this.

The serial doesn’t look like Ritek, but I could be wrong, of course.


#8

Ok, i’ts not Ritek.
Its Moser Baer India Limited!
How is this company?

I used feurio to get this information.
I am pasting the results from Feurio below:
The 2 CD-Rs are, one which worked on my external audio cd players, and one which didnt’…though both work on PC

WORKING

ATIP info from disk - Read by Feurio 1.65
Recorder: YAMAHA - CRW4416S
ATIP start of lead in: -02:42:69 (sector: -12219)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 17 06 - Moser Baer India Limited (Type: 6)
Reference speed: -
Minimum recording speed: -
Maximum recording speed: -
Unrestriced use: No
Disc type: Not Rewriteable
Disc subtype: Medium Type B, low Beta category (B-)
Target writing power: 6
Power multiplication factor:-
Target y value: -
Erase/writer power ratio: -

NOT WORKING

ATIP info from disk - Read by Feurio 1.65
Recorder: YAMAHA - CRW4416S
ATIP start of lead in: -02:27:56 (sector: -11081)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 32 19 - Prodisc Technology Inc. (Type: 9)
Reference speed: -
Minimum recording speed: -
Maximum recording speed: -
Unrestriced use: No
Disc type: Not Rewriteable
Disc subtype: Medium Type C, low Beta category (C-)
Target writing power: 6
Power multiplication factor:-
Target y value: -
Erase/writer power ratio: -

How do you rate the both CD-Rs? Which is better generraly?


#9

moser baer, average discs. Don’t perform good at speeds higher than 40X.

prodisc, if you get the new 32X+ certified discs they are very good to my experience. The older discs is also good and last long but can’t handle very high writespeeds. One of the few discs that works in a picky sony car audio.


#10

Can you comment on this?

ATIP info from disk - Read by Feurio 1.65
Recorder: TDK - CDRW401248B
ATIP start of lead in: -02:37:08 (sector: -11783)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 22 67 - Acer Media Technology, Inc. (Type: 7)
Reference speed: -
Minimum recording speed: -
Maximum recording speed: -
Unrestriced use: No
Disc type: Not Rewriteable
Disc subtype: Medium Type B, low Beta category (B-)
Target writing power: 5
Power multiplication factor:-
Target y value: -
Erase/writer power ratio: -

Tried a burn at 40x (because smartburn detects it as this speed though its only rated 24x). Tried a data transfer test using Nero cdspeed, halfway thru it drops to 8x all the way. :frowning:

Using a TDK Cyclone 40/12/48B at the moment. Was thinking of o/c it to 48125W with V02 firmware as it claims to have better media compatbility?


#11

40X may just be to much for these discs.

I have some acer 12X discs that I could sometimes write without problems at 40X and 48X, but simetimes they also have C2 errors.