[QUOTE=tropic;2159210]OP says all the media he mentioned is MIT. I would be surprised to see CMC or Ritek discs in a Sony DVD+R spindle.[/QUOTE]
Huh? What does CMC or Ritek have to do with it?
[QUOTE=Womi;2158893]Yes, Sony does manufacture it’s own discs that you can basically only get under the Sony brand (and they are high and consistant quality).[/QUOTE]
Sony brand media that is made in Taiwan or Malaysia is actually manufactured by a company called Daxon, using Sony specifications and materials, and bearing Sony MIDs. It’s almost always been this way.
The only Sony brand media that was made in Sony’s own factories is that which was Made in Japan, and by that I mean the Sony MIJ media that bore Sony MIDs, not the media that had Taiyo Yuden MIDs, which was obviously made by TY. Notice my use of the past tense. Sony MIJ media no longer exists in any form, except for a few remaining packs of Music CD-Rs.
[QUOTE=cd pirate;2159188]I thought Daxon would be MIM and not MIT? I am probably wrong though :p[/QUOTE]
See above. This has nothing to do with Daxon media that has Daxon MIDs, which is a totally different thing. Current Sony can be either MIT or MIM, although it’s slowly becoming mostly MIM. In the past, it was MIJ and MIT, but that changed about a year or two ago. The point is, Sony MIM is a recent development, so there is still plenty of Sony MIT out there, especially in the packs with the old design.