Optodisc Technology Corp. BD-R SL

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#1

Brand: @work (sold from a local shop here)
MID: OTCBDR002
made in P.R.C
Size: 22.45GB
Drive: Liteon iHBS112
Firmware: PL06
Speed: 6x

The disc is unreadable in the liteon drive, Today the drive decided that i wants to read the disc, so here is the scan on the liteon drive and also the TRT, however the LG drive reads the disc without any issues.
If all goes well pictures will added.


#2

Brand: @work (sold from a local shop here)
MID: OTCBDR 002
made in P.R.C
Size: 20.2GB
Drive: LG bh12ls35
Firmware: 1.01
Speed: 6x @ 6x






#3

Brand: @work (sold from a local shop here)
made in P.R.C
Size: 22.82GB
Drive: LG bh12ls35
Firmware: 1.01
Speed: 6x @ 4x





#4

Brand: @work (sold from a local shop here in Greece)
made in P.R.C
Size: 22.02GB
Drive: Liteon iHBS112
Firmware: PL06
Speed: 6x






#5

brand: @work
made in P.R.C
Size: 23.111MB
Drive: Liteon iHBS112
Firmware: PL06
Speed: 4x
Burned using Nero 2014 so no burn graph





#6

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05, 22,13 GB burned at 4x

sold as “Prodisc full Hub Printable Blue ray BDR 10x speed 25GB Blank discs A+” :doh:
MID: OTCBDR002



#7

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05
OHT FHT OFF
4x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

4x speed scanning makes things look a little better.




#8

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05
OHT FHT [B]ON[/B]
OPC OFF
6x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002



#9

Lite-On iHBS112 PL06, 23806 burned at 4x
smart burn ON

sold as "Prodisc printable 6x BD-R"
MID: OTCBDR-002-000

hub code: AR14 A3S08S 0973194104 14
stamper code: BR16-S304102-140701-RS

Thanks Pepst:flower:




#10

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05
4x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002



#11

Lite-On iHBS212 HL05
6x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002



#12

Pioneer 209D 1.31
6x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

These discs all seem to rise in error rates towards the end…

4x scanning shows far better results but errors still slightly rise at the end.



#13

Pioneer 209D 1.31
8x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

8x not any better. Still have 4x and 2x to test with…



#14

Pioneer 209D 1.31
4x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

Improving… need to try 2x next!



#15

Pioneer 209D 1.31
2x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

Looks like the low and slow method of cooking gets the job done best in this BBQ.



#16

Pioneer 209D 1.31
2x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

Burned a bit more data onto this one and again, looks like 2x is best.

Errors are still rising towards the end though. Will do some more burning after a fw update!



#17

The above disc but scanned @ 4x

Looks excellent scanning @ 4x but I personally think a good disc will scan great at higher speeds also.



#18

Pioneer 209D 1.33
6x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

Updated FW but still no difference at high speeds. Looks like 2x writing is the winner here.

partial 4x scan in problematic area for comparisons sake.




#19

Pioneer 209D 1.33
2x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002



#20

[QUOTE=cd pirate;2767496]Pioneer 209D 1.31
2x Burn
Sold as PlexDisc 6x BD-R
MID: OTCBDR002

Looks like the low and slow method of cooking gets the job done best in this BBQ.[/QUOTE]

Hello CDPirate

Saw your test results on Plexdisc tests. Agree, from my own experience, the 2x speed is the best speed to burn the media without coasters. I typically use the 50GB version of Plexdiscs with the Glossy Finish surface. Wondering where in Australia you can find these blank discs. Over here in the USA they are very expensive. They are made by a company called OptoDisc in Taiwan and tried to find a store there that sold the Plexdisc brand but could not find any. I am sure there must be sold there but no luck finding the stores. Hope you can provide more insight on this.

TIA
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