[QUOTE=jcusimano2;1935467]It just seems like the TY’s skip less in standalone players. Do you think MCC00RG20 compare? If so I will try a pack, but these are -R & I Know with modern standalone players booktype doesn’t matter as much any more. Basically I am looking for the dvd that will Play all the way through with no skipping every time. (Too much to ask for??)[/QUOTE]
If there’s skipping, I’d be looking @ how many errors are on the scans and also how high jitter is.
In my experience, using a Pioneer 111 or just about any Pioneer drive and writing @ 8x with MCC004 results in great burns. I’ve never personally had a complaint.
MCC02RG20 is meant to have good reflectivity. Not exactly sure how high it is but it should be at least a bit above the .45 level (many media fall below it). T02 I believe is pretty good for reflectivity and doesn’t fall too low.
I would not bother with MCC00RG20. That sounds like 1-2x media and probably is not that great. I’ve used MCC002, I can definitely say that it’s good. I burned in my H22N @ 4x and got amazingly good results. But anything slower than 4x just might not be so great.
I think you should try MCC02RG20 if MCC004 just keeps giving trouble. You aren’t burning @ higher than 8x are you, jcusimano2?
MCC003 can also be quite good if you use the right writer. Using Pioneer would be optimal for both MCC003 and MCC02RG20.