Taiyo Yuden DVD+R

I would say only the 8x is OK for this media.

@Tester_1

I agree. I plan to use 8x on the Samsung

Burner: Samsung SH-S243N
F/W: SB00

Media: JVC DVD+R 16x
Manufacturer: Taiyo Yuden
MID: YUDEN000 T03
Origin: Japan

Burn Speed: 18x
Software: ODC ‘Create Test Disc’

100-pack cake box with spindle

I will not use 18x on this media again!

Awful.

BTW, you write 234N, but it seems to be you have a 243N

@Tester_1 Thanks! I have corrected the posts.

NBK

Verbatim DVD+R 16x / YUDEN000 T03

Burned with Pioneer BDR-209EBK @8x




Verbatim TY BDR 8x scan BenQ erw2

Very nice, I guess it is older media

Verbatim DVD+R 16x / YUDEN000 T03

Burned with Samsung SH-224DB @8x




Verbatim TY DB 8x scan BenQ erw2

Verbatim DVD+R 16x / YUDEN000 T03

Burned with NEC ND-1300A @4x




Verbatim%20TY%20NEC%204x%201%20scan%20BenQ%20erw2

Written with ASUS DRW-24D5MT 1.00 at 8x on 30 Jun 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

Written with ASUS DRW-24D5MT 1.00 at 16x on 30 Jun 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

Written with TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223C SB07 at 4x on 30 Jun 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

I don´t thought the 16x with the Asus is so much more worse than 8x

Written with ATAPI iHAS124 W HL0G at 8x on 30 Jun 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

Written with ATAPI iHAS124 W HL0G at 16x on 30 Jun 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

Written with ATAPI iHAS124 C LL0H at 8x on 13 Jul 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

Written with ATAPI iHAS124 B AL0S at 8x on 13 Jul 2019
JVC DVD+R 1-16x (YUDEN000 T03) Made in Japan

More difference between two generations than I thought. Can´t believe these writers are so different, maybe also the media have a wide vary of quality? Or the drive have a weak laser?

There is some media variation with this spindle that I did not notice before. Usually results with iHAS124 B are better than with iHAS124 C for the same media, but not in this case. It seems that the burn with the iHAS124 C is better than the burn with the iHAS124 B?

Yep, in the case of PIF it is. And I´m more focussed on the PIF than PIE