Lifetec CD-R Multispeed
97m15s37f / Nan-Ya
Burned 12 years ago
unknown CD writer, unknown CD burning speed
CD Length: 09:43.67
Media ID: 97m15s17f
Dye type: 7 (short strategy, pthalocyanine)
Manufacturer: Ritek Co. Taiwan
Hub code:L410JS204230744LB09 80
Stamper code: RAD80M-52003 80 27
Burn date: 19 February 2003
Disc was lightly scratched and had mold on the outer edge, but reads OK
Sold as Traxdata 40X Speed CD-R Part No. TXS4080
unknown writer, unknown writing speed
Burned Capacity: 35:55.55
Dye Type: 9 (short strategy, phtalocyanine)
Date burned:12 July 2005
Hub code:4115B1715 11030 10
Disc has mold in outer edge, but no scratches, reads OK
Sold as Samsung DigitALL 48X Black CD-R 700MB
Name Platinum CD-R 74* Packaging: Jewel Case
Platinum CD-R 74 / 650MB rated 16x
Burned 18+ years ago, probably with Yamaha.
Name Ricoh CD-R 74* Packaging: Jewel Case
Made in EU CD-R Gold Green 652.1 74:12 78:23
Burned with either Philips CDD2600S or Yamaha CD-R burner. Must have been 19 years ago.
Looks good, but Iguess the Lite is not a good CD-R-scanner. Do you have a Benq 16x0 or something?
I’ll re-test them with another Liteon and then with BenQs ans Samsungs too.
Benq (with advanced can) would be nice, not sure about the other drives. I remember the standard-scanners for CD-R in the past were LiteOn CD-RW-drives, ending with 5 or 6, like the 52246S
BenQ 1640 or more likely 1655??
1640 with BSLB (because of no speeddowns) is my favorite
Not sure whether the 1655 scans so different