Some scans of overspeeded DVD-media

kyrcy asked me about scans in an other topic, so I post here some scans from media I overspeeded. Don´t wonder about the different scan-drives, I have many drives :wink:

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Media: Intenso DVD+R 16x
Mediacode:(AML 003)
Writer: Pioneer DVR-S20
Speed: 20x
Scanner: LG GH24NSB0 Q93

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Media: Plextor DVD+R 16x
Mediacode: (YUDEN000 T03)
Writer: LiteOn iHas 524
Speed: 20x
Scanner: Benq 1640

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Media: Plextor DVD+R 16x
Mediacode: (YUDEN000 T03)
Writer: LiteOn iHas 524
Speed: 20x
Scanner: Benq 1640

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Media: Plextor DVD-R 16x
Mediacode: (TYG03)
Writer: LiteOn iHas 524
Speed: 20x
Scanner: LiteOn iHAS 524

Media: Plextor DVD-R 16x
Mediacode: (TYG03)
Writer: Pioneer DVR-S20
Speed: 24x
Scanner: Benq 1640

It´s hard to do 24x with a Pioneer. Pioneer offers with many media overspeeding but it likes to switch during writing to lower speed

Media: Verbatim DVD+R 16x
Mediacode: (MCC 004)
Writer: LG GH-20N EL00
Speed: 20x
Scanner: Benq 1640

Media: Verbatim DVD+R 16x
Mediacode: (MCC 004)
Writer: Pioneer DVR-S20
Speed: 22x, speeddown to 12x
Scanner: Samsung SH-222BB

Here is a scan of a speeddown from 22x to 12x. But I dunno at which point it happened

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Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x
Mediacode: (MCC 03RG20)
Writer: LG GH-22NS40 NL01
Speed: 22x
Scanner: Lite ihas 124

Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x
Mediacode: (MCC 03RG20
Writer: Pioneer DVR 215 1.18
Speed: 20x
Scanner: Benq 1640

Media: Verbatim DVD-R 16x
Mediacode: (MCC 03RG20
Writer: Pioneer DVR 215 1.18
Speed: 20x
Scanner: LiteOn iHAS 524

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Some scans look OK, but some don’t.

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Same can happen to media you burned at lower speed

IMHO the newer media is not so good like the media I bought many years ago, maybe because it is cheaper now

Why do you scan at maximum speed? Do you have an iHAS124 C? I suspect that this drive often reports high PI errors (compared to earlier and later LiteOn models) and I want to confirm it (I have a LiteOn and two clones and all behave the same).

Nope, I have a 124 F

Some media with some drives shiws much higher PI and sometimes PIF-rates, but AFAIK it´s the combination.

Look here at the last posts

I have also a 524 B, but it is not usable for (most) +R because it recognize it as +RW

I think you are talking about scanning at different speeds and having different results. I am talking about scanning at the same speed and still having different results. And you are comparing results when using the same drive to scan, but I am comparing results when using two drives.

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Does not look bad.

Same error rate overall?

I also have a DVD-RW with msuikvideos.

Jokes aside, I think that MCSE can enforce 20× burning speed even on 4× media. But that would not look great then.

Some look good, but some to bad for the used media. Burn with lower speeds from 8x, 12x or 16x would bring better results with this high quality media

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