Disc Quality Scan with new Benq1620, any good?

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#1

Hi everyone, I just got a benq 1620, and some crap media(all i could find here :sad: ) i ran the disc quality scan, since ima newbie at this i dont know how “bad” the scan is, can someone please interpret it for me :slight_smile: is it so bad that the discs arent usuable? (the disc is 4x dvd-r Datalife)
THanks
Dana

PS: Overall rating 96


#2

The PI errors are a tad high but it should still be in the acceptable range. The PI Failures are fine and you don’t have any PO Failures which is good. I think that disc should play on most players without too much of an issue as long asthe player can accept DVD-R format. :slight_smile:


#3

Here is a scan I recently did on a Sony D11 (@12x) which I thought would turn out pretty bad. [I have the BenQ in an ext. enclosure so the max write speed is only 12x for me.] Even though I had a Qlt. Score of 88, there were just too many PIF spikes & the PIE avg & max was a little too high as well. I’m sure if I used 8x instead of 12x to write, then the numbers will be much better.


#4

No problem at all with the report.
Can you copy the files from the disc back to the hard drive successfully (dvddecryptor all-file-mode with ignore errors set to off)?
Does your set top player have any unusual comments about the disc?