Interaxia AG DVD+R (VDSPMSAB)

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#122

Writer: Liteon ihas 124 F
Firmware: CL9J
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 6x
Software: CDSpeed 4.7.7.6
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Only Smartburn on

Results are extreme different


#123

PLEXTOR BD-R PX-LB950SA 1.06, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

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


#124

PHILIPS DVDR1660P1 P1.6, 4,36 GB burned at 4x

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


#125

This is a nice result :slight_smile:


#126

Writer: LiteOn eBAU 108 6
Firmware PL0M
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 4x
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019


#127

Writer: LiteOn eBAU 108 6
Firmware PL0M
Media: Monarch DVD+R 4x
MID: (VDSPMSAB 001)
Burn Speed: 4x
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019

Stable performance


#128

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,01 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Commax Limited Edition 1-4x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
made most likely by DDT Malaysia


#129

So this is 8x-media, labeled as 4x?


#130

Exactly. Probably because the quality is not good enough for 8x speed recording.


#131

Would 4x be much better?

My Titanum 8x and Emtec 8x are MCC-fakes with MCC 004, but IIRC 8x also won´t lead to good quality


#132

Commax 8x DVD+R / VDSPMSAB 002
supplied by pepst

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @4x (max speed)




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#133

Commax 8x DVD+R / VDSPMSAB 002
supplied by pepst

Burned with BenQ DW1640 @2,4x (8x chosen)




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#134

Commax 8x DVD+R / VDSPMSAB 002
supplied by pepst

Burned with LG GH22LP20 @8x




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#135

Wow, that´s nice for this media


#136

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 3,99 GB burned at 4x

sold as “Commax Limited Edition 1-4x DVD+R”
MID: VDSPMSAB 002 001
made most likely by DDT Malaysia


#137

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,18 GB burned at 8x

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


#138

Rescan



#139

Post your next rescans here: Aging and older DVD media scans
Thanks.


#140

Commax 8x DVD+R / VDSPMSAB 002
supplied by pepst

Burned with NEC ND-1300A @2,4x





How is this disc still readable…?


#141

High reflectivity medium caused by low level or lack of metal chelates in the dye. Few manufacturers have been able to do it without causing accelerated degradation… this one’s no exception.

Same happens with CD-Rs, a similar high error rate can cause playback issues with P-Cyanine discs but Cyanine disc plays fine on an old standalone player. Some newer players will adjust the laser intensity when seeing a CD-RW or P-Cyanine to counter that, I remember back in the day they had stickers advertising “Phthalocyanine and CD-RW compatible” on some players.