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

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#1

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


#2

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


#3

[QUOTE=mariner8611;2653593]
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.


#4

[QUOTE=pepst;2653602]Please rescan that disc at 4x speed and post the results.[/QUOTE]

Here you go, pepst.

Slight improvement, but hardly impressive…

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



#5

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




#6

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)



#7

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