MCC.....003 or DAXON...AZ2 Benq DVD+R

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#1

Which is better quality? The Daxon cost more than the MCC but not sure which to get since the MCC has just a silvery, transparent label while the Daxon has the Benq label.


#2

Question back is MCC003 comming from verbatim or mitusbishi ?
YES then use MCC003
NO then it’s going to be a tough decision.(manufactureing quality ? vs support ?)

The cheap stuff (Bulkpaq/prodisc and stuff) with MCC code has a big variations in quality but the code is very good supported. Daxon has a smaller variation in quality but the code is less good supported.

So another question what burner are you going to use ?


#3

Are you sure BenQ AZ2 is more expensive than that MCC003? Then that MCC003 must be fake. Fake MCC003 is not good at all.


#4

Well Bulkpaq MCC003 is for me cheaper as Daxon AZ2 media.
So it is possible.
Bulkpaq media is produced CMC/Prodisc and the MCC technology is genuine used however like the price allready suggests the quality is not as good and as consistant as verbatim.(and verbatim/Mitsubishi isn’t consistant these days but there service does fix much and Bulkpaq is no service !!)

So like I said it’s possible.


#5

burner is Benq EW162I. Not sure where the MCC003 is coming from because uncle is buying them. It is in bulk I would presume but Nero CDSpeed says Verbatim. Also this is on the disc: DVD+R 8X L W998 040731. The Daxon is $0.30 if I could find it at future shop. How could I tell if fake?


#6

I wouldn’t trust Bulkpaq, even if they are CMC (which isn’t great to begin with) produced discs with MCC dye. If it were true Verbatims that would be a different story as they are definately very good discs.

As for the AZ2 discs, I wondered about their quality too when I first saw them on special. But they proved to be quite consistent and of surprisingly decent quality (not to mention cheap from FS) discs. IMO they’re a good buy, provided you can actually find them in stock.