Mitsubishi Chemicals DVD+R DL

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#121

Burner: Samsung TSSTcorp SH-223Q ST00 codeking enhanced OPC patched, 7864 MB
Medium: Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL azo, printable (25 pack cakebox)
MID: MKM 003

PX85G…

Made in Singapore.
“DVD+R 8.5 Gbytes Part 2, Volume 1, Version 1.1”

One DVD.
Burned @ 4x, then scanned @ 4x with two drives:

Image 1: scanned with Samsung TSSTcorp SH-223Q ST00 @ 4x (the burner itself)
Image 2: scanned with Lite-On LH-20A1L BLV3

(Looks strange esp. at the layer break, but this is really the same DVD.)





#122

Pioneer 115D v1.18, 7446 MB burned to disc.
MMK001 @ 6x (MIS 20ct from Office Max)
ImgBurn v2.4.2.0



#123

Verbatim DVD+R DL 2,4x MKM001 @ 2,4x
Writer: Liteon LH-18A1H



#124

Lite-On SHW-160P6S (PS0C), 8109 MB
Burned @ 4x with ImgBurn
MID: MKM 001

Sold as “Verbatim 2.4x DVD+R DL” in 20 pcs. spindle
Made in Singapore (New-style package)



#125

Pioneer DVR-216L 1.06, 7472MB burned at [B]8x[/B]
MID: MKM 003

sold as ‘Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL’ in 10pc cake [B]MIS[/B]

perfect TRT.
excellent result, especially for a 8x burn :iagree:



#126

Plextor PX760A 1.07, 7176MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 8x





#127

Pioneer DVR-216 1.09, 7301MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 8x





#128

Burned 7.85GB data at 2.4x (4x was the only other available) in NEC ND-3550A 1.05 using Nero6

20-spindle Hub-branded Verbatim DVD+R DL DataLifePlus 2.4x made in Singapore, White inkjet printable from 35-119mm, UPC 023942951230, P/N: 95123, Meritline Item Code 104-124-020 $46

Nero DiscSpeed 4.11.4.0: Disc Info
Basic Information
Disc type: : DVD+R DL
Book Type : DVD-ROM
Manufacturer: : Verbatim
MID : MKM 001 000 (00h)
Write speeds: : 2.4 X - 4 X - 6 X - 8 X
Blank Capacity : n/a
Extended Information
Layers : 2
Layer break : 3.93 GB
Write strategies : n/a
Disc Status : Closed
Raw Data
Physical Format Information (00h)
0000 - 01 0F 32 10 00 03 00 00 00 FC FF EF 00 22 70 EF - …2…"p.
0010 - 00 00 00 4D 4B 4D 00 00 00 00 00 30 30 31 00 40 - …MKM…001.@
0020 - 25 25 37 0C 02 2F 63 02 2F 63 21 23 0D 0E 14 14 - %%7…/c./c!#…
0030 - 02 01 01 10 00 21 23 0D 0E 14 14 02 00 00 00 00 - …!#…
[B]8x Scan[/B]
General Information
Drive: _NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A
Firmware: 1.05
Disc: DVD+R DL (MKM 001)
Selected speed: 8 X
PI errors
Maximum: 817
Average: 142.46
Total: 4585479
PI failures
Maximum: 67
Average: 0.04
Total: 10807
PO failures: n/a
Jitter: n/a
Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 19:58
Number of samples: 32120
Average scanning interval: 8.02 ECC
Glitches removed: 2

[B]1x Scan[/B]
General Information
Drive: _NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A
Firmware: 1.05
Disc: DVD+R DL (MKM 001)
Selected speed: 1 X
PI errors
Maximum: 90
Average: 2.42
Total: 77799
PI failures
Maximum: 18
Average: 0.02
Total: 6208
PO failures: n/a
Jitter: n/a
Scanning Statistics
Elapsed time: 101:45
Number of samples: 32171
Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
Glitches removed: 0


#129

Samsung SE-S204N (TS01)

I bought a new drive at the weekend; SE-S204N and I’m pleased so far.

My first burn on DL media turned out very well, MKM003 MIS, burnt at 4X


#130

Samsung SE-S204N (TS01)

Ok, here is a scan of the MKM001, burnt at 4X. On my previous Samsung SH-S182D, I could only burn at 2.4X. Luckily I can overburn with this Samsung external.

Seems the MKM001 are actually just as good as the MKM003 until the layer break, where you notice a huge rise in errors. Which again settles down a while into the second layer. Thankfully I notice that my decision to go for the MKM003 (recent purchase of 175 discs) seems to be a wise decision. Although, the lifespan and deterioration of the two discs is still unknown.

A thing to consider, which I will test later, is that this burn had its layer break chosen by Imgburn, as I didn’t have the MD5/ISO files, so maybe thats why there was a big rise at the layer break. I will try a burn with the combination used, in which I have used ISO/MD5


#131

Samsung SE-S204N (TS01)

Following on from my previous post, I decided to check the influence of the inclusion of ISO and MDS for the layer break position purposes, against discs films that are made from a VIDEO_TS folder and Imgburn selecting the layer break position.

It would appear there is some merit to this.

SE-S204N MKM001 (MIS) burnt at 4X


#133

Plextor PX760A 1.07, 7691MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 8x (MIS)

Horrible PIE/PIF Spike, but OK on the TRT




#134

Pioneer DVR-216 1.09, 8072MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 10x




#135

Plextor PX760A 1.07, 8057MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 8x (MIS)




#136

Pioneer DVR-216 1.09, 8075MB

Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL MKM003 @ 8x




#137

Lite-ON iHAS422 4L11, 8102MB

Verbatim 2.4x DVD+R DL MKM 001 (Made In India) @ 6x

HT/OHT Off, OS On.




#138

Pioneer DVR-216 1.09, 7889MB

Verbatim 2.4x DVD+R DL MKM 001 (Made In India) @ 6x




#139

Verbatim +R DL 8x (MIS) the disc looks fine, no scratches or any other kind of damage, not even fingerprints and dust:rolleyes:.
Burned at 6x
Drive: LG H44L
Size: 7471mb
TRT test is fine.



#140

Verbatim +R 8x @ 4x MIS
Size: 7471mb
Burner: Pioneer 215L
The disc has a perfect TRT.




#141

Verbatim +R 8x @ 4x MIS
Size: 7471mb
Burner: Pioneer 215L