I am getting bad burns using B7T9 and B7V9. I crossflashed my benq 1620 pro to 1625 BBGA. I get great quality score, especially LOW PIF! WOW!
I’m happy on your behalf.
What media are you using and at what speed do you burn.
My drive has been crossflashed 1620@1625 many times, but still I find the 1620 B7*9 firmwares better then the ones for 1625.
Not to mention the non existing 12x burn speed write strategies in 1625 firmwares.
Im using MCC002 and MC02RG20. Great results. Who care about 12x write if the burn quality is poor!
How about some before and after scans?
I found that only one of my BenQ 1620s will write nicely with 1625 firmware. The other needs earlier stock 1620 firmware. There’s a fair amount of variability between DW1620 drives: I’ve had three so far, all quite different.
I might flash to DW1625 firmware just to get rid of overspeeding … seems that most of the media that supposedly likes to be overspeed just simply refuses to do it well. On both the Pioneer 108 and DW1620 pro
One of my drives LOVES the new 1625 firmware, and I think it’s because this new firmware is more honest about which media can overspeed and which cannot. BenQ-branded 8x DVD+R (DAXON AZ2) are garbage, yet all new firmwares (except BBFA) rate it at 16x. I don’t think there’s a single DAXON AZ2 in existence which is worthy of that rating.