BenQ DW1640 -- for DVD+-R *SL* (single layer)

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#1981

Unbelievable results with this MID… clearly rivals Yuden and Verbatim. I love it when media most people think is junk burns well! :bow:

MID: Ritek R05
Batch: DO124
100 Pack Office Depot Branded
Type: DVD+R 16x
Burned @:12x
Burned With: CD Speed 4.7.5.0 from .nrg file
Drive/Firmware: BenQ 1640 Cool Grey Bulk BSMB
Solidburn ON, Overspeed ON Kn/Ukn, Wopc On



#1982

[quote=Dalen Quaice;1923296]Unbelievable results with this MID… clearly rivals Yuden and Verbatim. I love it when media most people think is junk burns well! :bow:

MID: Ritek R05
Batch: DO124
100 Pack Office Depot Branded
Type: DVD+R 16x
Burned @:12x
Burned With: CD Speed 4.7.5.0 from .nrg file
Drive/Firmware: BenQ 1640 Cool Grey Bulk BSMB
Solidburn ON, Overspeed ON Kn/Ukn, Wopc On[/quote] There is a big difference with RitekG05 and Ritek R-05 then.:iagree:


#1983

^Yes, there is a world of difference… the dye is totally different and there are no stability issues.


#1984

Anyone can recommend the best DW1640 firmware for MCC 03RG20?


#1985

I don’t have this MID yet to test but most of us here use BSLB firmware , it is simply the best all around F/W

Welcome to the club SonicMax :flower:


#1986


#1987

I do have BSLB firmware that I got it very long time ago, and I got another BSLB_speedpatched firmware, what’s this speed patched for? Should I go for the original one or the patched one?


#1988

The speedpatched one is just the normal BSLB but modified with MCSE tool to get maximum read speed , highly recommended :slight_smile:


#1989

Panasonic TYG03 burnt@12X , everything is ON except OS = Off

Excellent media and AWESOME burner , it beats the most hyped Samsung 203B hands down :

http://club.cdfreaks.com/1926181-post2143.html




#1990

Still going strong. I don’t know what to replace my 1640 with?

12x burn on Infiniti white tops. Default 1640 settings. :slight_smile:



#1991

VERBATIM DVD-R 16x TYG03
Non Printables, Burnt 8x <==== UnderSpeed ===((((

I Selected 8x But My Old 1640 Went No Higher Than 4x.




#1992

[quote=Pulsee;1982129]VERBATIM DVD-R 16x TYG03
Non Printables, Burnt 8x <==== UnderSpeed ===((((

I Selected 8x But My Old 1640 Went No Higher Than 4x.[/quote]

Hey Pulsee, Where are you getting your bottom graph info. from??? :clap:


#1993

2 Panasonic TYG03s burnt @[B]16X[/B] with Benq 1640 BSLB using Imgburn

Awesome :clap::bow:




#1994

[B]@Sportfish[/B] I Created Using Excel.

[B]@Minaelromany[/B], You Have Some Great Burns There. :clap:

You Must Have A Good Batch Of TY03’s My Verbatim Have Been Crap Of Late.


#1995

[QUOTE=Dalen Quaice;1923296]Unbelievable results with this MID… clearly rivals Yuden and Verbatim. I love it when media most people think is junk burns well! :bow:

MID: Ritek R05
Batch: DO124
100 Pack Office Depot Branded
Type: DVD+R 16x[/QUOTE]

Is most of the new OD 16x +R media using this MID, or do we have to look for it specifically, like we did with the RICOHJPN R03? Also, the batch number would seem to indicate that the R05 is similar to the R03, correct? Didn’t you mention once that a strategy swap was possible, in other words, you could burn RITEK R05 with a RICOHJPN R03 strategy, and vice versa?


#1996

Thanks Pulsee :slight_smile:

Panasonic TYG03 (Top disc from a new spindle) burnt @16X with Benq 1640 BSLB :





#1997

[B]Just felt like bringing this thread back to the first page[/B]



#1998

Verbatim DVD+R
Media Code: MCC 004
Burned with: ImgBurn v2.3.2.0
Source: Original Disc ISO
Burned at: 8.0x (DW1640 BSRB)



#1999

[quote=mauroo;1993217]Verbatim DVD+R
Media Code: MCC 004
Burned with: ImgBurn v2.3.2.0
Source: Original Disc ISO
Burned at: 8.0x (DW1640 BSRB)[/quote]

Hey mauroo, :clap::iagree::clap::iagree::clap::iagree::bow::bow::bow:


#2000

Burner: [B]BenQ EW-164B @ BEGB | WOPC=On | OS=Off | SB=Off[/B]
Scanner: [B]PX-760A V1.07 TLA#0001[/B]
Burnspeed: [B]8x[/B]
Burn-Application: [B]ImgBurn V2.3.2.0[/B]
Medium: [B]Verbatim 8x DVD+R printable (MCC-003-00)[/B]
Code inner Ring: [B]PAH633IB05232490[/B]
Manufacturer: [B]CMC-Magnetics[/B]
Media Production Year : [B]2004[/B]

Here the PxView-Result uncompressed: <a href=“http://www.pic-upload.de/05.02.08/cbi549.png”>click here!</a>