Nero Disc Quality : 99% on BenQ DW1620 B7S9

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#1

Burn 29 : MCC003 Mitsubishi

.99%…lol…i am so shy to post this…BenQ…you have my :bow: :bow: :bow:


General Information
 Drive: BENQ    DVD DD DW1620   
 Firmware: B7P9
 Disc: DVD+R (MCC 003)
 Selected speed: 8 X
PI errors
 Maximum: 23
 Average: 1.16
 Total: 8309
PI failures
 Maximum: 3
 Average: 0.01
 Total: 70
PO failures: 0
Jitter
 Maximum:  9.0 %
 Average: 7.59 %
Scanning statistics
 Number of samples: 17860
 Average scanning interval: 8.00 ECC
 Glitches removed: 0


#2

nb, u must be on cloud 9 liao. :bow: :bow: :bow:

now this is the new standard to beat. :smiley:


#3

eleewhn,
Great burn! BenQ’s are really amazing drives. I also have a B7S9 99% burn, done on the fly using Record Now:

Whoops, I wonder why .png did not upload?

Also check my 99% EW1621 USB burn in post:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?p=775239#post775239


#4

ohh…dishinit…maybe just now the moon shift suited the benq drive best…lol

i will use this…Quality Media = quality burn. :bow: :bow:


#5

But the firmware shown in eleewhm’s post is B7P9…


#6

@Owen Stubbs…i have 3 benq drives…

each on different firmware

B7K9 > DW1620A
B7S9 > DW1620A which i use to burn the above burns
B7P9 > DW1620Pro which i use for scanning

for me for GR&R to be applied…the measurement tool has to be kept consistent…six sigma rule…

GR&R = Gage Repeatability & Reproducibility


#7

Ok, eleewhm MCC003 is @12x.

The hardest standard is 99% @16x under 6 minutes !!!


#8

YUDEN000 T02 DVD+R 8x @12x with BenQ 1620 FW B7P9

also in my sig :iagree:


#9

can u tell me eleewhm how long did it took to burn this beauty
?


#10

i will return…there will a day when it is my turn…lol…

runs and search for all his That’s Media


#11

@andrel

6:46…


#12

ok i know now checked the image …


#13

too bad i can’t find this type of media here (highest here is 8x eperformance(prodisc r03)


#14

You mean you will return back with 99% @16x under 6 mins right? I will wait. :bigsmile:


#15

I am getting consistant burns with MCC 003 (Verbatim) at 99% with P and S. When I try YUDEN000 T02 I get anywhere from 90% to 97%.

When I test the Yuden’s over and over again (same disc) It reads from 90 to 95% with Nero Speed 3.55. What gives?

Also what I get on the graph has nothing to do with playability. When I play it on six different stand alone dvd players my Panasonic S35 plays even the disc rated at 30%, but JVC won’t even play some rated at 99%. It seems that Taiyo will play on every player I have tried, but always has lower scores. The MCC 003 play on only four of the players without skips and this is with tests at 99%.

When it comes to Movies the testing score doesn’t seem to matter except for the ability to recopy later.


#16

Zevia,

Can you tell us which software you use for burning?

Thanks


#17

@wfiguero

he is rich…he uses nero create data disc…


#18

nah… I bought all of my media at sale price only…


#19

eleewhn,
Don’t know about the moon shift, but I did find my 99% B7S9 “on the Fly” burn, using MCC 003 & Record Now. This is on my IDE installed BenQ 1620.
By the by, I appreciate your scan standard.
Also discovered that when a .png file will not upload, that it means I have already previously uploaded it. Took me three try’s to figure that out…Some people are a little slow!
Anyway, here is the post:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?p=768896#post768896


#20

Thanks for the information. I have used Nero and RecordNow 4.5 and I always have better results with RecordNow.