25DMR47RS4 - Sony DVD-R 4.7GB 16x (25) - MID SONY16D1 - Made in Malaysia
Made in Malaysia? Never seen it before. Maybe from Daxon?
The quality is 6/10, RITEKF1 has better results, about Daxon, I don’t know.
This is the stamper Code: DRM5GG0001 4C
I though Daxon was based in Taiwan.
Daxon was active in other country
And the violet one is already burned
Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4 Μαύρο (Black)
Mitsubishi Chemical Media
Verbatim CD-R 700MB 48x (AZO)
Stamper Code: ZE4360-CDR-A80A-AZO
Huh, which drive only allows max. 24x speed with this media?
One more thing, these discs are Made in China, for Japanese Market.
OK, the 208 is a 24x CD-R-drive
Didn´t know Verbatim use a chinese manufacturer for CD-R, but don´t use CD-R often since I have DVD
The United States and Europe have some Verbatim Azo CD-R Made in China in the market but these are 52x.
The last Verbatim CD-R 52x I get was MBI-made with MBI-ATIP.
LITE-ON iHBS112-04, reworked from 37 2, but HW rev 01, so no need to toggle speed to scan in ODC.
The new serial number is different by 7 digits from the original one, that can be see on the original sticker underneath, so there is a mismatch between sticker and software that has the original one.
I saved the drive from being scrapped, I collected it together with a giant Chieftec chassis (6 5.25" drive bays).
Considering the burn count, the drive is in mint condition:
Fujifilm DVD-R 1-16x Labelflash, 5 pcs for ~€6.
My first and probably last Labelflash media
Lindsey Buckingham, Solo Anthology, 3CD edition.
discs pressed by optimal media GmbH.
I recently read that his voice is returning somewhat, after vocal cord trauma during cardiac surgery some months ago.
Seems so, he shall be performing at Beale Street Music Festival in May.
A Logitech MK240 Nano Black/Yellow keyboard, a tp link wireless ac600 adapter and a Gigabyte 240GB SSD.
Today a bigger delivery of ancient media
Imation HD DVD-R 1x, Made in U.S.A., my Toshiba HD DVD-ROM can’t read the MID,
hub codes: 7256-5797-2677 + 7260-5798-1215, stamper code HD DVD 2734
Sony BD-R 2x, Made in Japan, SONY-NO1-002,
hub code 12BC172SJ, stamper code 04-5027
Traxdata BD-R 2x, Made in Taiwan, RITEK-BR1-000,
hub code L8800054BD012X080816190, stamper code RITEK BD02-00-00-011
Imation BD-RE 2x, Made in U.S.A., IMATN-E_2-001,
hub code 7116-5629-0486, stamper code 002871 MADE IN USA BY IMATION
Imation BD-R 2x, Made in Netherlands, PHILIP-R02-000,
hub code BDR 070821 15:25 14, stamper code H17841
The Traxdata should be good to see if blank media degrades as quickly as burned one, IIRC most of Ritek BD-R 2x media became unreadable after some time?
Is Sony MIJ a stable media for archiving?