Cheap MIJ JVC 4x BD-R DL 50GB [MEIT02(001)]

These come in individual 2mm jewel case, supposedly made by Panasonic in Japan.
Better than those MIC That’s of unknown origin?

First burn doesn’t seem too promising…

Media: JVC 4x BR-R DL 50GB MIJ
MID: MEIT02 (001)
Burner: LiteOn iHBS312-98
Burn Speed: 4x
ImgBurn setting (default):

  • Perform OPC Before Write : Unchecked
  • BD-R Verify Not Required : Checked
    Scanner: LiteOn iHBS31-98
    Scan Speed: 8x

Hub Code: Z4Z2707A0208573
Stamper Code:
AVC6 4R2D12205C31R
4R2D00922C31R

Please rescan that disc at 4x speed and post the results.

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These come in individual 2mm jewel case, supposedly made by Panasonic in Japan.
Better than those MIC That’s of unknown origin?

First burn doesn’t seem too promising…

Media: JVC 4x BR-R DL 50GB MIJ
MID: MEIT02 (001)
Burner: LiteOn iHBS312-98
Burn Speed: 4x
ImgBurn setting (default):

  • Perform OPC Before Write : Unchecked
  • BD-R Verify Not Required : Checked
    Scanner: LiteOn iHBS31-98
    Scan Speed: 8x

Hub Code: Z4Z2707A0208573
Stamper Code:
AVC6 4R2D12205C31R
4R2D00922C31R[/QUOTE]
Your Pioneer burn with the Taiyo Yuden DL looked a bit better. I was also curious about those JVCs and bought some recently to check them out. I don’t think you should assume they have the same longevity rating as Panasonic’s own branded media, but I would be surprised if they weren’t one of the longer lasting DLs.

Here you go, pepst.

Slight improvement, but hardly impressive…

Any suggestions to to improve burn quality? Perhaps turning on OPC? Pioneer 206?


10x burn on the BDR-206. Again, it appears the Lite-On is more forgiving doing quality scan.

Burner: Pioneer BDR-206
Burn Speed: 10x
ImgBurn setting (default):

  • Perform OPC Before Write : Checked
  • BD-R Verify Not Required : Unchecked



Warning! Two successive bad results.

JVC DL MEI-T02-001 Dr Who
Write Speed: 4x (Pioneer BDR-206)

  • Perform OPC before write : Off
  • BD-R verify not required : On
    Read Speed: 4x (Lite-On iHBS-312)


Two more disastrous scans. Using a Sony BD-5300s.