wicked1 wrote:Alright I will now finally say it. Optodiscs sucks. I have burnt 30 of them and they all stutter or stammer or have transfer rate problems. Maybe I just got the bad batch. These are all from the same spindle. I havent opened the other spindle yet. I find it very weird though these get better quality scores than my LONGTEN 001 media but my longten doesnt have issues playing or doing transfer rate tests.Whats the reason there?Reflectivity?
edit: oh yeah they all came from rima.com too.
I know Rima has sold downgrade Optodisc as A Grade before... let me take a look into this.
Did your Acro Circle come with the Acro Circle cover sheet? or just a spindle of shiny silver discs?
Edit: If possible, please provide a photo of the media surface, and the packaging.
I just checked with Optodisc, and supposedly, if the media *IS* Acro Circle as it's supposed to be (Meaning A Grade with Acro Circle packaging), then the media you should have received would have even been from the exact same batch as the media I'm testing with in my review of the DW1640 (which I've already posted pictures of).
Something is *NOT* adding up here
Punch Cards -> Paper Tape -> Tape Drive -> 8" Floppy Diskette -> 5 1/4" Floppy Diskette -> 3 1/2" "Flippy" Diskette -> CD-R -> DVD±R -> BD-R
The Progression of Computer Media