The rarest/most obscure recordable medium

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#1606

The color of the dye/dye type, just out of curiosity. From what I can tell all 90 and 99min CD-R that I seen so far all used Phtalocyanine.


#1607

It is a standard phtalocyanine (Ciba Super Green dye) CD-R.


#1608

I accidentally bought some rather rare media. All TDKs were made in Luxembourg, MediDisc was produced by CMC Magnetics and Maxell DVDs by Ritek (with Ricoh MID code).


#1609

I’ve got my last 201S for approx. €50 via eaby. :smiley:
The DVD-RA media appears all the time there…


#1610

Sweet stuff.

Would you sell some/few?? :smiley:


#1611

To me its obvious that you still don’t know what DVD-RA means.
These Samsung drives cannot deal with DVD-RA media. What you have used is mainstream DVD-R media…


#1612

I can at most one or two pieces give up … I only have 25 pieces. and yet @ blackened2687 he asked for them for his Toshiba SD-L912A.
https://forum.cdrinfo.pl/f107/toshiba-sd-l912a-2007-r-slim-hd-dvd-rw-95015/


#1613

Just fair!
Found some #43601 discs. :wink:
And I have the drive too.


#1614

I do know what DVD-R (A) means. Don’t need to convince anyone, but 2 copies Samsung SH-182D do write on DVD-RA media that I bought. No other drive I tried was able to write to that media. Do you want some proof? If yes, tell me which kind of. Have you seen the linked post on cdrinfo.pl?


#1615

As I remember correctly, I paid for them around $ 5 per unit. I can pay you two costs, plus shipping.
Where to which country is shipping?

You can ask @zenonz … for Maxell HD DVD-R x1 MID: MAXELL HDRS 010
Maybe he can also share with you?
https://forum.cdrinfo.pl/f28/muzeum-mauzoleum-plyt-cd-dvd-bluray-95316/index24.html#post1402411


#1616

Yeah, HD DVD-R from Maxell would be great! :star_struck:


#1617

OK, so far, sorry, have had no time to read all your previous posts…
Could you post the full MID and some pics of the disc cover front&back??

Overall, looks promising, will try to reproduce it here with my own drives & media.
Which firmwares come the 182D drives with?

PS: Probably the name of the media is misleading here…
Check this: https://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia/verbatim-datalifeplus-dvd-r-mcc-00r-200-2/4159
and: https://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia?dvdmediadvdridsearch=MCC+00R+200%20


#1618

Real photos:

https://club.myce.com/uploads/db9252/original/4X/a/9/a/a9a8ddda14ed7afd8b8f4dfd251cd176c1ea4a04.jpeg
https://club.myce.com/uploads/db9252/original/4X/0/7/1/0718f76cff9d0cd2599daed7603109553822e0a9.jpeg

4d2b5330db209ac882e3083d54f26f8289dc0b22_1_622x500 https://club.myce.com/uploads/db9252/optimized/4X/4/d/2/4d2b5330db209ac882e3083d54f26f8289dc0b22_1_622x500.jpeg

d8c2adb11d2335ad5340f47fa5b1dafd98ab76b4_1_666x500 https://club.myce.com/uploads/db9252/optimized/4X/d/8/c/d8c2adb11d2335ad5340f47fa5b1dafd98ab76b4_1_666x500.jpeg

https://forum.cdrinfo.pl/attachments/f28/115763d1520117920-verbatim-dvd-r-4-7-gb-authoring-2-0-foto141_mcc_00r_200__tsstcorpcd_dvdw_sh-s182d_sb07_01-march-2018_22_33.png

The first copy which is not able to burn successfully standard media is with SB07. The second one that seems healthy on regular media is with SB03. I can actually update it to SB07 and see if results change at all.

Yes, “G” is missing in authoring version:
MCC 00RG200 - general
MCC 00R 200 - authoring