currently i have Vertabim DVD+R 8x MCC003 WITH Advanced AZO (Dye that protects the DVD+R if im right)
i get 97% on those DVD+Rs when i burn em with 8x (i can also burn them @ 12x, but i dont)
now these are allmost gone now, so i gotta buy me some new ones
so my eyes fell on http://shop.cdfreaks.com and i saw 2 DVD+Rs that got my attention
1) the same Vertabim DVD+R 8x MCC003 WITH Advanced AZO dye that i now have (14,50 euro for 25)
2) Infiniti DVD+R 16x MCC004 WITHOUT Advanced AZO dye (11,00 euro for 25)
u can find a review of these Infiniti here:
the downside of this review is that they only burn @ 16x, which i obviously wont do for backupping, and that they test with a different prog then Nero DVD-CD Speed, so i cant compare with my own results...
on first sight it seem very nice DVD+Rs though, only my Benq gives some errors @ 16x, and i would like to know if they disappear @ 12x or @8x
so could someone plz just post some quality scans of that Infiniti with Nero DVD-CD-Speed at different speeds with a Benq DW1620A, so i can see if the result is just as good as my current Vertabim media?
also i wonder if the missing of the Advanced Azo is only a marketing difference? or if this also is a physical difference?
if remember well, other manufactures could buy rights of Advanced Azo from Vertabim too, but since it isnt mentioned on the box of Infiniti im pretty sure these DVD+Rs dont have it...?
So if i really wanne know which are best for backupping, then which should i choose? Does that Azo stuff really matter? or is MCC004 better then MCC003 anyway? Even if its without Azo?
and a lil extra question:
is the Mitsui DVD+R 8x Taiyo Yuden000T02 (8,50 euro for 25) a REAL yuden disc or a fake one? and is it any good? (for non backup purposes)
and a lil side note:
very strange how few (if any at all) results i find in the Benq DW1620A media thread of media from http://shop.cdfreaks.com ... Am I the only one who buys there perhaps?