moderator note: this is a sanctioned cross-post of http://club.myce.com/f179/tdk-bd-r-sl-273605/index3.html#post2775290, to facilitate discussion. ï¼Albert
Media: TDK 4x rated BD-R SL (Inkjet)
Burner: Pioneer BDR-208EBK
Burn Speed: 6x
Made In: U.A.E.
Sold as: Falcon Pro/Premium BD-R 4x 25GB /WS with Smart Guard, part no. 0759
OptiDrive Control v1.70 test was done in Samsung SE-506CB/AUBD F/W=TS00 (portable USB burner) as BDR-208EBK does not work with OptiDrive Control.
The first ~10.5 GB of the test looks good, then there is a “step-up” to much larger LDC and BIS values, something which other users often seem to avoid. I am wondering why this “step-up” occurs and how others avoid it? Would a LiteOn burner like iHBS312 give better burns/scans, especially lower IDC and BIS values?
Of 19 p/n 0759 discs tested, the posted scan is middle of the range.