Mitsubishi Kagaku Media BD-R XL

LG BH16NS55 1.03,91.73 GB burned at 4x

sold as “Mitsubishi BD-R XL 100 GB 2-4x” in 10 pcs. pack
MID: VERBAT-IMk-000


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What a horrible burn! At what speed have you burned the disc? Have you used defect management? At what speed was the scanning done?
Here’s a good one from me (recorded @2x, with defect management, scanned @ 4x):

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ok, I see:
The scanning was done @ 6x (max). WH16NS58 unfortunately can only scan 6x (with PlexTools 1.0.2.5), while the older WH16NS48 allows you to scan @4x
And recorded at 4x. Try recording at lower speeds…
But I never had such bad results, even when recording @4x

Yeah, it can only scan at 6x with QpxTool as well. I guess it is not a really nice result, but it is still perfectly (?) readable. Hmm burning at 2x?? It is already painfully slow at 4x, but alright I might try it :smiley: . First I will try to burn one with the crossflashed firmware @4x, I turned on defect management now. Will see, thanks for the tips :wink:

LG BH16NS55@LG WH16NS58 1.V5, 94915 MB burned at 4x

sold as “Mitsubishi BD-R XL 100 GB 2-4x” in 10 pcs. pack
MID: VERBAT-IMk-000

Seems much better :partying_face: Although I don’t think I’ve managed to turn on defect management, I thought by turning off “BD-R Verify Not Required” in ImgBurn would do the trick… Anyway, maybe just the crossflashed drive can produce better results.