So I burn a MCC004 printable disc, Prodisc made, on my LG4167B @12x. All pictures are of the same one singular disc.
1st scan is an 8x one. It looks bad.
Another scan, @ 8x just incase the initial result was random. No 8x shows errors again?
Next scan is @ 4x without jitter. For some reason this liteon drive won’t do jitter tests at the moment. It was doing them fine the other day. Seems pretty much in spec and I don’t see any massive PIF errors anywhere. PIF never exceeds 2.
Scanned at 6x now to see what happens. Wow the pink really comes out in this scan.
Re-scanned @ 16x. This time PIF is fine (ignore the spike at the start, it does that because the stupid drive doesn’t spin up properly at the beginning). PI is over the top, and in a totally different spot from the 8x scans PIF spot.
So I can see that the errors always drop off after 1.5 GB. This is most likely where the 4167B has reached 12x and the RPM is dropping. But otherwise the 6x & 8x scan compared to 4x is completely retarded. Not even close to being the same.
TRT pics for ppl as well. As you can see, no probs!
I have some princos and ritek G04 and let’s just say that they reach about 20 PIF. They cause massive slowdowns in all my drives. Now this MCC004 supposedly has up to 31 PIF! This should truly be very hard to read. Yet my pioneer which is considered a fussy reader has no problems doing a TRT.
I’m going to do the final test and most important one, watch the disc! I’ll post back here when I do. It will be on my PS2, which is a far crappier reader than my standalone. I’ll tell you guys if there are any glitches at all.
Thanks for reading. Feel free to post any theories and or opinions because I have never had this happen before