Mmore 80 min 32X Makrolon

I have a question concerning the Mmore discs that I have recently buyed.

With cdr identifier I got the following results:

ATIP: 97m 17s 06f
Disc Manufacturer: Moser Baer India Ltd.
Reflective layer: Dye (Short strategy; e.g. Phthalocyanine)
Media type: CD-Recordable
Recording Speeds: min. unknown - max. unknown
nominal Capacity: 702.83MB (79m 59s 74f / LBA: 359849)

I have never heard of Moser Baer India Ltd.
Have someone got good or bad experiences with this manufacturer? I think these discs are not so bad burning it on 8 speed.

The discs are 32 speed certified.
At what speed can you burn these discs with for instance
a lite-on 32 or 40 speed burner? I am very curious…

i use MMore discs. they are 32x certified. my writer is Yamaha 3200e 24/10/40

on other discs, it automatically changes the speed of writing after looking at the media however on MMore, it writes at 24x. i suppose they are good. :slight_smile:

In my area for about 6 months now we get “MMORE Color Slimcase” discs with labels and cases in multicolor(discs themselves are plain on examination.

media is certified at “all speeds 1-32x”

personally written to them at 4x, 8x, 10x, 12x without any problem. 16x gave skipping trouble with homebrewed videos.

Yesterday, I bought two spindles of MMore 32x media and two 10-CDs packs of Samsung Premium 40x. I burnt all the CDs at 16x. The Samsungs were manufactured by Prodisc and were absolute crap. Lots of errors with one coaster. The MMore CDs on the other hand were excellent. No coasters, no errors-just superb. The discs are made by Moser Baer India Limited (I am from India too :wink: ). I don’t know how long these discs might last but nobody on these forums have had bad experiences with MMore, and I am very happy with them. Please let me know what you think. Bye.

Well, I bought mine yesterday - MMORE multispeed 1-48x CD-R 80/ 700 MB ( slim case ):

This Disc is designed for CD-RW/COMBO Drive Only.
Disc Type, Material = CD-R, Phthalocyanine
ATIP Lead-in = 97m 17s 06f
Norminal Capacity = 702.83MB (79m 59s 74f)
Disc Manufacturer maybe = MoserBaer,India
SMART-BURN Speed Limit = 48X

ATIP info from disk - Read by Feurio 1.66
Recorder: LITE-ON - LTR-48125W
ATIP start of lead in: -02:42:69 (sector: -12219)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 17 06 - Moser Baer India Limited (Type: 6)
Disc type: Not Rewriteable
Disc subtype: Medium Type B, low Beta category (B-)
Target writing power: 5

To my huge surprise I discovered that they were made by the company that produced EMTEC ( 32x certified ),
which I bought earlier in the year.
As you can see here, the ATIPs are absolutely identical - no differences whatsoever :

This Disc is designed for CD-RW/COMBO Drive Only.
Disc Type, Material = CD-R, Phthalocyanine
ATIP Lead-in = 97m 17s 06f
Norminal Capacity = 702.83MB (79m 59s 74f)
Disc Manufacturer maybe = MoserBaer,India
SMART-BURN Speed Limit = 48X

ATIP info from disk - Read by Feurio 1.66
Recorder: LITE-ON - LTR-48125W
ATIP start of lead in: -02:42:69 (sector: -12219)
ATIP start of lead out: 79:59:74 (sector: 359999)
Manufacturer code: 97 17 06 - Moser Baer India Limited (Type: 6)
Disc subtype: Medium Type B, low Beta category (B-)
Target writing power: 5

So, back to the main point. My experience with the EMTECs has been very positive. No wonder why.
“The former magnetic tape pioneer ( The BASF concern ) has now become one of the world’s largest suppliers of storage media products for a vast range of different applications” -> [COLOR=indigo]EMTEC

Search for Moser Baer or EMTEC here to find more answers on this issue.[/COLOR]

Originally posted by Requim
I have never heard of Moser Baer India Ltd.
Have someone got good or bad experiences with this manufacturer?

I’ve already used some CD-Rs made by Moser Baer India

  • Verbatim DataLife 24x
  • Core 48x

The writing and reading compatibility is good :slight_smile:

But I’m not sure how long the data will be readable :confused:

I would recommend to use Moser Baer media for short-time back-ups
and less important data.

For important data/back-ups I would recommend the use of
Taiyo Yuden and Verbatim DataLifePLUS :smiley:

Originally posted by BoSkin
“The former magnetic tape pioneer ( The BASF concern ) has now become one of the world’s largest suppliers of storage media products for a vast range of different applications”

I think this is a good oppotunity to tell about
my experiences with BASF/Emtec products :Z

My first video tape I bought was from BASF :Z I had much
difficulties to get it out of my video-recorder again :a
This has never happened with any other tape!!

My MD-Recorder stopped working after inserting
an Emtec MD :a It was the first time I’ve used an Emtec MD.
And of course the last time :Z

Then I had 2 boxes of BASF/Emtec floppy-discs :Z
Even after the 2nd or 3rd full-format these floppy-discs
had defect sectors and couldn’t be used :a

I will never touch a product with the name BASF or Emtec
on it again :Z
Maybe my bad experiences with BASF/Emtec products were
just a coincidence, but so much coincidence :confused:

:confused:

Well, my experience w BASF seems to look like rather opposite yours -
I’ve been using the both types of tapes, MDs and nowadays CDRs and never had any kinda troubles in neither case.

:wink:

Like I mentioned in my post earlier, I have burnt some really important stuff on MMore CDs as they were pretty good when compared to the others available in my city which are Mitsubishi Azo, Samsung (by Prodisc), Imation (probably CMC) and Amkette (Maybe CMC again-I am not sure). Somebody from this forum told me that one won’t be able to read data from Moser Baer discs after 4 or 5 months. Is this true? Has anyone experienced data loss on an MMore disc with passage of time? Please let me know as soon as possible. Bye.

Hi,
I was scouring around in a marketplace and I found somone selling Emtec media. They had “Manufactured by Moser Baer India Limited” printed on the sleeve. Looks like Moser Baer has roped in some well-known companies. My experience with my MMore has been good so far. No data loss yet despite some bad handling with lots of scratches and fingerprints.