Mitsubishi Chemicals DVD-R

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#503

Writer: Pioneer BDR-209EBK
Media: Verbatim DVD-R; Made in India
MID: MCC 03RG20
Recording speed: 8x
Burn date: 2018
Scan date: 2018

Variation of quality inside the same batch. This is repeated scanning of the problematic section.


#504

Writer: Samsung SH-224FB
Media: Verbatim DVD-R; Made in India
MID: MCC 03RG20
Recording speed: 8x
Burn date: 2018
Scan date: 2018

Another problematic one…


#505

I generally avoid buying any media that is made in India but maybe you should try to write these at 4x?


#506

For now I will stop using this media. In few months I will do re-scan of the ~15 discs I’ve burned so far to see if there is some noticeable degradation. If they are stable I will use MCC only for stuff that requires less than 4GB. Made in India media is of questionable quality regardless of the MID code. Probably MBI was cutting corners to make some profit before it went kaput.


#507

Those results reminds me a bit of TY/MCC-fakes. Good quality <3,5GB-mark, then very high error-rates

Is the Pioneer-burned media completely readable (Transfertest)?


#508

Just did the transfer - all the files copied without slowdowns in the TS-L633N.

I did addition scans with Samsung SH-224FB:


@8x


@16x

Maybe it is false positive, but I’ll avoid using this MCC batch for data larger than 3.8GB.


#509

I don´t trust slimtypes from Samsung, I used some time ago the Samsung SN-208 and saw it´s an extreme weak reader, also for CD

Otherwise you can say, a good scan result on these drives means very good quality.

But if the 224 show no increased error-rate at 16x the burn can´t be that worse.


#510

Writer: Pioneer BDR-209EBK
Media: Verbatim DVD-R; Made in ???; Bought cca. 2012
MID: MCC 03RG20
Recording speed: 8x
Burn date: 2018
Scan date: 2018


#511

Writer: Pioneer BDR-209EBK
Media: Verbatim DVD-R MediDisc; Made in Taiwan
MID: MCC 02RG20
Recording speed: 8x
Burn date: 2018
Scan date: 2018


#512

Wow, good old 02RG20.

Was very pleased with my first buys of it, it was also the most reliable media in an old c´t-Test.

My last cakebox was bad, over 3,8GB leads to high PIF


#513

PLEXTOR BD-R PX-LB950SA 1.06, 4,36 GB burned at 16x

sold as “Verbatim 16x DVD-R”
MID: MCC 03RG20
made in UAE by FTI with Kitano Engineering DVDR line


#514

Writer: Pioneer DVR-S21
Firmware: 1.00
Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Printable
MID: (MCC 03RG20)
Burn Speed: 20x, speed down to 8x at 9%
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Damn, the Pio hate MCC 03RG20.

Burned a 2nd one at 16x, but is also slowed down to 8x or something. Disc were not recognizable in any drive I tried

I think it´s my 1st scan with higher PIF max than PIE max


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Pioneer DVR-221CHV, 221VXL, S21L, S21FXV
#515

Writer: LiteOn iHAS 122 B
Firmware: ZL03
Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Printable
MID: (MCC 03RG20)
Burn Speed: 16x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

The Lite had no problems with 16x, but result is only medicro


Liteon iHAS124, 224, 324, 424, 524 B (DH24AB)
#516

Where are these made?


#517

Writer: Pioneer BDR-209D
Firmware: 1.34
Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x Printable
MID: (MCC 03RG20)
Burn Speed: 12x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Pioneers BDR can do it better


Pioneer BDR-S09J/XT/XLB, 2209/209, 209D/E/U/J/XJ
#518

Dunno, don´t saw the package, maybe pepst can tell it

Stamper: ZE3204-DVR-J47C1
HUB: 083510 -r E E 05715


#519

Intenso DVD-R 4x / MCC 01RG20
Hub Code: 45 509 -R B C 14311
Stamper Code: ZC1946-DVR-H47A

Burned with LiteOn iHAS624 @4x




Intenso 4x ihas 4x scan BenQ erw2


#520

I really like GOM :slight_smile:


#521

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Verbatim Inkjet Printable 16x DVD-R”
MID: MCC 03RG20
made in India by MBIL (in 9/2011) with Origin Electric DVDR line


#522

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “Verbatim 16x DVD-R”
MID: MCC 03RG20
made in UAE by FTI with Kitano Engineering DVDR line