Interaxia AG DVD+R (VDSPMSAB)

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:

Much better than my old Monarch VDSPMSAB 001 :open_mouth:

Lite-On Slimtype eNAU608 5 CL02, 3,53 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

That´s real nice

I wonder why you still use the 1650 so often? Sometimes I think the old Benqs are not so good for all type of media

Many reasons. The Nexperia Benqs are my favourite drives, I know them thoroughly and been using them for years so the test results are consistent and comparable. And they are pretty good with old and obscure MIDs and ATIPs. Also, I do not trust any modern Mediatek based drives for testing, they are too forgiving (and downright unusable for CD-R testing).

I agree for old and exotic MIDs, but newer 16x-media isn´t Benqs favorite

CD-Rs I don´t use often, but Benq is my favorite for scanning it

It´s hard to say which drive I can trust @scanning,

I have some media which is loved by Benq but hate by MTK-writers and vice versa.

And this with 2 identical scanners

Modern MTK-drives are similar with older ones @PIF, but PIE seems to be higher than with older drives, sometimes also with Benqs

PLEXTOR BD-R PX-LB950SA 1.06, 3,02 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GSA-H55N 1.05, 4,27 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

Looks nice again.

Will you make soon again scans because of degradiation process?

I surely will do.

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Writer: LiteOn eBAU 108 6
Firmware PL0M
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 3x (4x stopped with an error)
Software: Nero 12 Ess.
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

This DVD has visible Dye-defects

ASUS DRW-24B1LT 1.03, 4,30 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,27 GB burned at 4x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
no hub code, stamper code: DVD+R 82 (on the outer edge) , mould SID code: IFPI 7M84
unknown producer and country of origin, made with Interaxia AG Dye 82

If the Benq-burned media don´t have dye-defects, the Asus would be the clear winner :wink:

Writer: LiteOn eBAU 108 6
Firmware PL0M
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 3x
Software: Nero 12 Ess.
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Not that bad

Writer: LG GTB0N
Firmware 1.00
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 4x (8x failed with SCSI-Error)
Software: CDBurnerXP 4.5
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

PHILIPS DVDR1660P1 P1.6, 3,53 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001

MATSHITA DVD-RAM UJ8E2Q 1.00, 3,14 GB burned at 4x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05, 4,31 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax 8x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001

Two good burns, very nice :sunglasses: