Official Firmware v1.55, Released Today June 20 ;-)

Pioneer Japan released the new firmware today.

Download firmware:
DVR-A09XLA(B,C)
DVR-109XLA1(B1,C1)
DVR-109AXL(BXL,EXL)

DVR-109(BK)

Version 1.55 Changelog:
Support Multiborder recording on DVD-R DL Media
Support New 16x DVD-R Media
(12x writing:Optodisc)
Support New 8x DVD-R Media
(8x writing:DST/Infomedia/Interaxia/RITEK/UmeDisc/Vanguard)
Support New +R 16x Media
(12x writing:Infomedia/Prodisc/RITEK)
Support New +R 8x Media
(8x writing:MPO/NANYA)
DVD-R/+R DL Writability has improved.
DVD-R/+R Writability has improved

Download OEM Firmware 1.55 from ST-Trade..

Anticipating the Buffalo version :wink:
Enjoy! :slight_smile:

Nice one, nice find!

Yeah I’ll wait for the buffalo version the Buffalo 1.50 works great for me I can wait. You know what they say all good things come to those who wait and taking your time ain’t laziness. :slight_smile:

THX for the info, but i will wait for the buffallo version.

Wow!

Cool TY,seems the 109/A09 is all its ever gonna be.

yup. BTW what is multiborder recording with the first entry in the changelog.

Toink,

Thanks for the heads-up.

same here, hopefully it wont be too long :slight_smile:

yeah, what does that do? and how do you use it?

Thanks, I have been waiting. Hopefully they improved the TY strat.

I haave burn TY and it was bad,prob with Leadout

I don’t have any problems with TY’s on this drive.

Updated and its perfectly good. Hopefully the MCC02RG20 performance will improve!

i mean TYG03
The problem is sometimes with TYG03 and MCC03RG20.

Marginal improvement burning TYG03 and MCC03RG20 with 1.55 firmware.

But 12x burning still faster than 16x burning. :confused:

And 16x burning very slow at ~ 6.40 mins.

Im 5m 30secs for 16x filling dvd +r to max limits.

is this including lead in and lead out times or closing track/finanlizing/synchronising cache?

Probably not. Pioneer has the same problem as NEC with this stuff. It skews either at the beginning (12X) or the end (8X). The only drive I have found that gave a flat scan was the LG 4163.

Seeing as though the NEC and Pioneer use the same chipset for their drives this doesn’t surprise me.