Prodisc DVD-R

Tuffdisc 2x DVD-R / ProdiscS03

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @4x




Tuffdisc S03 BDR 4x 2 scan BenQ erw2

Tuffdisc 2x DVD-R / ProdiscS04

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @8x




Tuffdisc S04 BDR 8x scan BenQ erw2

These could be the perfect discs if they were not so scratched.


The S03 looks fantastic

To bad that Prodisc is gone long time ago

Those pictures bring memories from 2003-2005. Mine had early Prodisc/TDK/CMC/Ritek’s MID codes and were usually scratched, too.

This was the cleanest disc I could find^^

But yes, my old Fujifilm Prodisc S03 are very good too.

Writer: Pioneer DVR-215
Firmware: 1.22
Media: Tuffdisc DVD-R 2x
MID: (ProdiscS03)
Burn Speed: 4x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

Really C-grade in this case, but no visible damages

Writer: Plextor PX-708A
Firmware: 1.12
Media: Tuffdisc DVD-R 2x
MID: (ProdiscS03)
Burn Speed: 4x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

I guess, the same here

Yakumo DVD-R / PRODISCG02

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @2x




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Was always a Prodisc-Fan :slight_smile:

Even my B-grade Datawrite showed good quality, so Fuji-labeled Prodisc-media.

Still impressive which old MIDs are supported by actual Pioneer BD-writers

With Prodisc I only have good experiences, too.
Fuji 4x DVD-Rs with Prodisc S03 can be incredibly good, there are some scans of them in this thread.

Yakumo DVD-R / PRODISCG02

Burned with BenQ DW1640 @2,4x




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Not sure about this, but my old ProdiscS03 would be awesome without the PI-clusters; but almost all this media have it

These discs are a bit scratched in the middle of the recording area sometimes. And have more scratches on the edge.
The disc burned with the BenQ had a lot of scratches, so I didn’t write more than 3800MB on it.
Maybe it’s because there were only 40 discs left on the 50 pieces cake. The discs had a lot of space during the shipment and scratched each other.

Sounds like the Tuffdiscs :wink:

My Datawrite also had clusters, but Datawrite is more known as B-Grade-Brand. But these old discs works very well after 13 years

Yeah ok.
I don’t know, is Yakumo a premium brand?

Yakumo DVD-R / PRODISCG02

Burned with LiteOn iHBS112 @4x




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Don´t think so, I know Yakumo mostly for cheap computer equipment.

Not bad for the very first DVDRs made by Prodisc.

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,35 GB burned at 2,4x

sold as “Yakumo DVD-R”
MID: PRODISCG02
made in Taiwan (in June 2, 2003)

supplied by Vogelschreck

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Yakumo DVD-R / PRODISCG02

Burned with NEC ND-1300A @2x




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