Tdk dvd-r

A bit disappointed, thought older FTI-media would be better

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “ITmedia Silver Shiny WS 16x DVD-R”
MID: TTH02
made in UAE by Falcon Technologies with Kitano Engineering DVDR line

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Writer: NEC ND-3540A
Firmware 1.04
Media: Datawrite Titanium DVD-R 8x
MID: (TTG02)
Burn Speed: 8x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2018
Scanned 2018

BENQ DVD DD DW1650 BCIC, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “ITmedia Silver Shiny WS 16x DVD-R”
MID: TTH02
made in UAE by Falcon Technologies with Kitano Engineering DVDR line

PLEXTOR BD-R PX-LB950SA 1.06, 4,36 GB burned at 8x

sold as “ITmedia Silver Shiny WS 16x DVD-R”
MID: TTH02
made in UAE by Falcon Technologies with Kitano Engineering DVDR line

Writer: Pioneer BDR-209E
Firmware: 1.51
Media: Datawrite DVD-R 8x
MID: (TTG02)
Burn Speed: 8x
Software: Nero 7
Burned 2019
Scanned 2019

Very nice for this old media :slight_smile:

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This was supposedly a DVD-ROM, buyed in may 2014.
Dukevideo - World Rally Review 1987. (85-99 its ok)

AD-5280s - FW ???
Unknown brand - MID TTH02 (FTI - Printable - MIUAE)
Stamper Code: DVD-R 8408B2 F0628
Hub Serial: B1DH A03B MC19051200 E53
Burned @?

Drive: Optiarc AD-5170A 1.14 patched
Discs: TDK DVD-R 4x
MID: TTG01
Burn Speed: 8x (overspeed)
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Next disc I will try @4x as designed.

I really like this media. The TTG01 from CMC were underrated media IMHO

I forgot to mention - there was no country of origin on the jewel boxes, there is no visible stamper code, and hub code of the above disc is C04F081758RMB2, tried to decode it using aztekk’s tool, but only when I choose MCC DVD±R or Taiyo Yuden I get 2004 in both cases (seems quite late for 4x media?). Who can be the manufacturer of that batch?

I just realized, that I have already burned one of these in the end of 2018 :man_facepalming:

Drive: Optiarc AD-5170A 1.14 patched
Discs: TDK DVD-R 4x
MID: TTG01
Burn Speed: 4x
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16


AFAIK the TTG-MIDs are made by CMC Taiwan.

If I´m wrong please correct me :slight_smile:

I forgot to mention - there was no country of origin on the jewel boxes, there is no visible stamper code, and hub code of the above disc is C04F081758RMB2 , tried to decode it using aztekk’s tool, but only when I choose MCC DVD±R or Taiyo Yuden I get 2004 in both cases (seems quite late for 4x media?). Who can be the manufacturer of that batch?

TDK Luxembourg.

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They were also manufactured in Japan when TDK had its own factories there.

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Burner: DVR-S15J-SV
Firmware: 1.22
Media: TDK DVD-R47WFC100TP 16x DVD-R white inkjet printable (MIT)
MID: TTH02
Stamper Code: DVD-R 5420B2 0535
Hub Serial: MQP666JJ01141396 1
Burn Speed: 16x
Burning Software: Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Disc manufactured October 1st, 2005 by CMC Magnetics Corp.

2020-03-09 (11) 2020-03-09 (15)

Drive: Pioneer DVR-116DBK 1.09
Discs: TDK DVD-R 4x
MID: TTG01
Burn Speed: 4x -> 2.4x (drive is connected via IDE->USB adapter, many people reported strange behaviour when not connected to native port)
Nero CD-DVD Speed 4.7.7.16

Scans directly after burning:


Scans after 1 day:


Looks strange, indeed. Not sure about strange behaiour with USB2IDE-adapter, I used my Benq 1640 often with it and had no issues as long I used max. 12x-speed. But it could vary with different adapters.

And the magical 172 POF, so I´m not the only one with this problem.

I have tried two adapters, and Pioneer DVR-116DBK behaves identically in all cases. I just repeat what was claimed at cdrinfo.pl forum :wink: Same adapters work fine with other drives, up to 14-15x speed.

I never heard about that, is it something intermittent?

Sadly some scan pics are gone

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hey what is everyone’s opinion on TTH02? is it stable media, apparently on myce some old thread say even FTI- tth02 is unstable, but i never seen old scans of this media so i do wonder