Datawrite Titanium 16x MCC?

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#1

MCC what? Are they any good?

http://www.burn-media.co.uk/acatalog/DVD_plusR.html#aDVDPR029


#2

No. It’s not MCC


#3

The ones I have tested are CMC MAG M01


#4

just opened a tub
Datawrite Titanium 16x DVD+R CMC MAG M01
also
Ridisc 16x DVD+R CMC MAG M01


#5

dvd-r are based on MCC03rg20

[EDIT]
OMG ! I just checked svp.co.uk, they have received new Datasafe Pro based on genuine Taiyo yuden.


#6

Those Datasafe TY muste be genuine : they cost the same unit price as the unbranded 100-pack offered.
The advantage is that you can buy 10-packs of them.


#7

Same here :

Datawrite Titanium 16x DVD+R = CMC MAG M01

I have not tried the 16x DVD-R ones yet.


#8

The 16x Titanium DVD-R are MCC03RG20 which is the same mid out of the same factory as the Verbatim 16x DVD-R & I have reviewed both which are of similar quality Read here for Titanium & here For Verbatim


#9

they dont look too bad, ordered a tub to try out.


#10

So far the 16x DVD+R results I have seen are quite okay.
For 16x DVD-R not results are up only Flash has done some tests it seems however the 16x version has nog been that long on the market.

The 8x Datasafe Pro (taiyo yuden) disc’s however are the most interesting product I think.
Specially with FUJI( most webstores I know sell Datasafe and FUJI and are allready looking for a new way to get TY media now FUJI has switched) switching to Ritek I can think of this media becomming a great succes.
Really it might seem that E-net made a few mistakes in the past according to some people. The current assortiment shows that they are willing to try to correct some stuff.


#11

Media Information
Region information N/A not a DVD-VIDEO
Media code/Manufacturer ID CMC MAG M01
Media Product Revision Number 00h
Format Capacity Blank Disc
Free Blocks 405405696
Free Capacity 4.38GB(4.70GB)
Book Type DVD+R
Media Type DVD+R
Manufacturer Rated Speed 16.0x 22160KBp
Available Write Descriptor CLV 12.0x 16620KBps
Available Write Descriptor CLV 8.0x 11080KBps
Available Write Descriptor CLV 6.0x 8310KBps
Available Write Descriptor CLV 4.0x 5540KBps
Linear Density Blank Disc
Track Density Unknown
Number of Layers 1

                       Complete Media Code                           

00000000 01 02 00 00 A1 0F 02 00 00 03 00 00 00 26 05 3F …&.?
00000010 00 00 00 00 00 00 07 43 4D 43 20 4D 41 47 00 4D …CMC MAG.M
00000020 30 31 00 38 23 54 37 18 00 3E 6E 00 70 62 15 15 01.8#T7…>n.pb…
00000030 0B 0B 08 08 01 19 1B 0B 0B 0E 0F 01 00 00 00 00 …

ther ya go its in my drive now will test it in a while now and post the results but the others have burnt ok!


#12

Lost me. What are those CMC M01? Post some scans please.


#13

Burned at 16x and scanned on BenQ 1620



#14

Not that hot then. I might grab some MCC004’s sometime in the future when the prices fall a bit.


#15

How about this… hot to me, especially with WOPC off, guess if WOPC on will do better…
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=986958&postcount=189

The -R 16x CMCMAG.AM3 is not hot. :stuck_out_tongue:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=987103&postcount=286


#16

I’ve found the faster the burn speed, the higher the P0 errors
That has been consistantly true for
4x, we looked for P0 errors of less than 3
8x, we looked for P0 errors of less than 10
16x, my guess is P0 errors of less than 20
I am not entirely convinced about the importance of P0 errors (as we scan them), as strictly they should be measured at a 1x read speed on specially calibrated readers. I suspect higher P0 errors are just a fact of life if you want to burn at 16x.
I don’t see anything bad from Dismembered Ninja’s scan. The quality score would have gone from 95ish to 76 just by the one spike near the end, yet the book states spikes can be ignored (and nero judges P0 spikes more important than anything else in the chart)