Mitsubishi Chemicals DVD+R

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#771

Need more comparing for this.

Did Samsung and your other drives read this media without slowdown?


#772

Samsung SH-224BB, LG GSA-E10L and LiteOn iHAS124 B read without slowdown. LiteOn iHAS122 C, Plextor PX-891SA and ASUS 24B5ST (iHAS122 C clones) read with slowdown.


#773

Hm, I´m not sure. My older 20x Liteons are more sensitive at full speed as my newer drives, but the older ones are worked for more hours and maybe degrade or are a bit dirty.

B-series is older than C series, both have Sanyo-OPU, but different one. x24 C have the same unit as x22 C

Sorry, can´t explain that. Don´t have a C-drive to test it


#774

I would like to see some results from others to compare, but I couldn’t find any under this topic. Is anyone else still using an iHAS122 C?


#775

Written with TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-224BB SB01 at 12x
Verbatim DVD+R 16x AZO #43550 50-pack (MCC-004-00)
Made in Taiwan by CMC Magnetics in May 2011


#776

Written with TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-224BB SB01 at 8x on 26 Dec 2017
Verbatim DVD+R 16x AZO #43550 (50-pack) made in Taiwan by CMC Magnetics in May 2011


#777

Burner: Liteon iHBS312 2
F/W: PL17

Media: Verbatim DVD+R 16x Lightscribe 30-cakebox
PAPA09
Color: Gold
MID: MCC 004
Origin: Taiwan
Date of Purchase: 2009?
Burn Speed: 8x

Lightscribe MIT MCC 004 have been inferior to non-lightscribe MIT MCC 004 to me.


#778

The PIE could be better, but PIF is damn good if I compare with actual MCC 004


#779

I think the PIE would be good too with another scanner.
The LiteOn BluRay drives have a crazy calculation of PIE Errors as a DVD scanner. On a Maxell Protek I get numbers like this too, where BenQ and LiteOn DVD writers show much less.


#780

Hi

Which drive should i use as a scanner? I have a Samsung SH-S243N, Samsung SH-S233Q and another Liteon or Samsung in another box. My great Benq’s died years ago.

Thanks for responding
NBK


#781

The SH-S243N should be good. All my Samsung drives show error numbers similar to my LiteOn and BenQ DVD drives.
Here a comparison


And I have two older Samsung drives more that show similar numbers.


#782

Writer: Plextor PX-712SA
Firmware: 1.09
Media: Verbatim DVD+R 16x Printable
MID: (MCC 004)
Burn Speed: 12x (max. Speed)
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Nothing special


BenQ DW1640 -- for DVD+-R *SL* (single layer)
Post your Plextor 708/712 DVD quality scans here
#783

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4 GB burned at 16x

sold as "Verbatim 16x DVD+R"
MID: MCC-004-000
made in India by MBIL (in 8/2010) with Origin Electric DVDR line


#784

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,15 GB burned at 16x

sold as "Verbatim 16x DVD+R"
MID: MCC-004-000
made in India by MBIL (in 8/2010) with Origin Electric DVDR line


#785

Lite-On Slimtype eNAU608 5 CL02, 4,27 GB burned at 8x

sold as "Verbatim 16x DVD+R"
MID: MCC-004-000
made in India by MBIL (in 8/2010) with Origin Electric DVDR line


#786

Burner: DVR-S17J-SV
Firmware: 1.10
Media: Verbatim 8x DVD+R shiny silver unbranded (MIT)
MID: MCC003
Stamper Code: ZD1848-DVR-X47B
Hub Serial: 4291E4222+08195C03
Burn Speed: 6x
Burning Software: Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Disc manufactured October 17th, 2004 by Prodisc Technologies.

2018-02-14 (2)


#787

Nice one, rare media


#788

Written with TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-224BB SB01 at 8x on 4 Mar 2018
Verbatim DVD+R 16x AZO #43551 (100-pack) made in Taiwan by CMC Magnetics in March 2014


#789

I´m a bit surprised, even 2014 CMC-produced MCC 004 have such low PIF total.


#790

The serial number on the disc has the format: “PAPA17SCxxxxxxxx x”, so am I wrong about the date?