Check these TTG02

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#1

Hi Guys,

I just brought a batch of TDK-R’s and they have been treating me badly for a while (check here - atrocious dun u think? http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?p=825823#post825823). I flashed back to BS41 for my 1633s and still they were poor at 8x. I found out the secret to burning this crap is to burn at 6x only - any other speed = bad burns. I all want you to judge this scan for me … see how it looks. To my eye - i would fetch more of these - but maybe you can give me some advice.

Thanks


#2

Thats a very good burn, my 812S doesn’t like TTG02’s either, but my 108 loves them even burns them @ 12x with no problems. I might have to try a 6x burn on the 812S to see if that turns out ok. :wink:

(Big W hey, how much for the 150)


#3

Some of the TTG02 disk have high Tracking Error issue at outter track, that is why it can get good quality when write at high speed.


#4

Oh - about $100 or thereabouts … I originally disliked them when i went to 1633@1653s CS09 … CS09 cannot cope with this disc at any speed = my 1633s BS41 will do good at 6x only, my nu-tech at 4x (with PI about 120 :(dissapointing:() I hope this helps someone :slight_smile:

@Pence.KO - do you have a BENQ drive? I noticed it may be a LITEON thing - because the burn seems to lose laser at the end and the dye looks less burnt and rippled at 8x - and with the Nu-Tech it is really off - the centre zone is really light, outer zone dark (ZCLV strat)