Philips BD-R

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#62

[QUOTE=PatrickBatman;2746134]IDK if that used to be the MID or what but I bought these recently in hopes this MID you displayed was correct because my burner is picky, well it wasn’t, luckily the real MID (or maybe they changed MID’s since you posted this) MID: UMEBDR-114-000 is also compatible with my burner.

I registered just to let you and others know (since this MID isn’t online anywhere else) what the corrected MID is.[/QUOTE]

Also to add to this, this media is less compatible with standalone players. These were the first BDR’s I used that wouldn’t play in my VIZIO VBR220 (most recent firmware). Of course getting 50 of these for $17.95 USD in 2014 is very cheap.


#63

Lite-On iHBS112 PL06, 23 450 MB burned at 4x
SMART-BURN ON

sold as "TDK 4x BD-R"
MID: PHILIP-R04-000

hub code: 1022 911 Bb 05478 4X 1616
stamper code: BR383Q BDR 1-4X

Made in India





#64

PLEXTOR BD-R PX-LB950SA 1.06, 17,92 GB burned at 4x

sold as "Omega Inkjet Printable 4x BD-R"
MID: PHILIPR04
made in China by Umedisc with Anwell Smart-BD line


#65

5 Xlyne BD-R 4x

LG BH10LS30
MID: PHILIPR04
Burn Speed: 4x
Nero 12 Essential

Scan with Liteon ihbs 112 2 PL06

Rescan after 2,5 years

After some awful Ritek-scans now something better



#66

XLayer 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

Burnt with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @ 4x


#67

XLayer 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

Burnt with LiteOn iHBS112 @ 4x


#68

XLayer 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

Burnt with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @ 8x


#69

XLayer 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

Burnt with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @ 10x


#70

Lower burn speed = better

Mediocre quality, but t´s nice to see that at the end of the disc the error-rate goes down


#71

Unlabled 4x BD-R 25GB
PHILIPR04
Pioneer BD-R 208D (1.40)
burned @ 6x - ca. 3 years ago


#72

Could you do your scans at 4x (read) speed only? It’s not a good idea to do those quality scans at high speeds.


#73

Yeah I can add a 4x scan in future.

Btw my Xlayer BD-Rs are no real Philips. They are made by Moser Baer India.


#74

Aone 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

stamper code: BD-R 25 GB J49A23
hub code: BL 01C9C 10 1009 10201794 (partially overprinted, so probably many mistakes in it, but I wanted to reproduce the pattern).

Is it produced in India? Result is awful :wink:

Plextor LB-950SA 1.04 @4x

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#75

no name 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04

stamper code: BR383Q BDR 1-4X
hub code: 303 915 Aa 15 04363 4x 0235

Is it produced in India? Result is surprisingly decent :open_mouth:

Optiarc BD-5750L 1.50 @2x

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#76

Aone BD-R was made by Umedisc China, the second BD-R was made by MBIL India.


#77

Ume also use this MID?

My Kodak with Ume-MID are mostly awful, looks like no quality check in the production.


#78

That explains the difference in scans, and doesn’t look good from longevity perspective (assuming that MBIL discs can have issues with that LINK).
I will use them only for data that can be restored from other sources.


#79

no name 25GB 4x / PHILIPR04 / made by MBIL India

LG BH16NS55 @ WH16NS58 1.V1 @4x

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iHBS212 clone @ PLEXTOR PX-LB950SA 1.04 @4x

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TSST SE506-BB TS00 @4x (finally an awful scan, but maybe the disc was faulty - Optiarc BD-5750L could not recognize it at all - returned “incorrect media”)

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#80

My media with this MID (TDK, Xlyne) weren´t the best but all which were burned readable stayed readable for ca. 4 years (burned 2013, rescanned 2017). My MBIR06 also showed no probs after 4 years.

Worst BD-R-media I ever had were RITEKBR2 and 3. Nothing compares to this media