Mitsubishi Chemicals DVD-R

Verbatim DVD-R printable 16x / MCC 03RG20
Made in Taiwan by CMC in 08/2007

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @16x




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Verbatim DVD-R printable 16x / MCC 03RG20
Made in Taiwan by CMC in 08/2007

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @8x




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SN-208BB - FW SB03
Verbatim DVD-R AZO 16x (Slim Case)
Stamper Code: ZE6253-DVR-J47F4
ImgBurn - OPC Enabled - Burned @3x

vrbtm

Calling Verbatim Support lol.

iHAS624 B - FW GL2A
Verbatim DVD-R AZO 16x (Slim Case) - Same disc as before.
Stamper Code: ZE6253-DVR-J47F4
ImgBurn - OPC Enabled - Burned @8x

Huh, I thought some 24x-drives from LiteOn only hate the +R MCC 004 from Verbatim

Writer: LG GH24NSD6
Firmware: : LU00
Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Printable MBI in 2017
MID: (MCC 03RG20)
Burn Speed:16x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2020
Scanned 2020

Drive: Lite-on IHBS-212
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in India 2012
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 16x
Nero


Burned 2020

Crazy jitter spike

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Drive: Pioneer EBK 209
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in India 2012
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 8x
Nero

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Drive: Lite-on IHBS-212
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in India 2012
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 8x
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Looks like faster is almost just as good :wink:

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Drive: Toshiba HD DVD-ROM TS-L802A TO35
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in Taiwan 2007 by Prodisc
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 4x
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Disappointing result, but drive is not one of the best :wink:

Drive: Optiarc AD-5170A 1.14 patched
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in Taiwan 2007 by Prodisc
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 8x
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16


Never liked DVD-R media for it’s inconsistency when scanning, hard to judge burn quality (PIF spikes when scanned on PLDS drive), but I treat the result as acceptable for archiving due to flat and nice jitter.

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Jep, but it´s the burner/scanner-combination. Useally the spikes are only visible if a MTK-scanner is used; but these drives are mostly used for scanning. So it´s not a general -R problem

These spikes are also have effects if reading

The worst drives for -R in my collection are Pioneer DVR-217, Optiarc AD-7173A and NEC 3540A

Can they cause read errors? That wouldn’t be desired for archiving of data…

Depends on the drives. Here´s a burn with 2 scans and reading with 10 different drives

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Burner: DVR-S15J-SV
Firmware: 1.22
Media: Verbatim 95102 16x DVD-R AZO matte silver branded (MIUAE)
MID: MCC 03RG20
Stamper Code: ZE0594-DVR-J47C1
Hub Serial: B1FH A03A JC21010823 A11
Burn Speed: 16x
Burning Software: Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Disc manufactured by Falcon Technologies International, date unknown.

2020-03-08 (4) 2020-03-08 (6)

Drive: PLDS DH-16ABS PD11 (Dell OEM)
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in Taiwan 2007 by Prodisc
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 8x
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16


Burner: DVR-S15J-SV
Firmware: 1.22
Media: Verbatim 95102 16x DVD-R AZO matte silver branded (MIUAE)
MID: MCC 03RG20
Stamper Code: ZE0648-DVR-J47C1
Hub Serial: B1FH A01A J507161049 A31
Burn Speed: 16x
Burning Software: Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Disc manufactured by Falcon Technologies International, date unknown. Different spindle from Mitsubishi Chemicals DVD-R

2020-03-11 (30) 2020-03-12

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Drive: Benq DW1650 BCIC
Discs: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Made in Taiwan 2007 by Prodisc
MID: MCC 03RG20
Burn Speed: 8x
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16


visible marks on recording side, media defect or burner dying? :slight_smile:

Hard to say. Had some media with dye-defects, but only visible after bruning.

I used my Benqs rarely for -R, except very old media with 4x-speed or lower.

Written with Asus drw-24d5mT
Discs: Verbatim 8x dvd-r Printable
MID: MCC 02rg20
Burn @ 8x
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New media is not good compared to old imo