OC-Freak wrote:Daxon 8x DVD-R with code DAXON008S works at 16x. So does SONY08D1 too which is also manufactured by daxon.
Daxon manufacture most sony media, both CD-R and DVD-R, maybe also some DVD+R - but they are often made by ritek with ricoh code.
This is what I know:
Sony 4x DVD+Rs: Ritek made, with Ricoh code (RICOHJPNR01)
Sony 4x DVD-Rs: Sony code (SONY04D1) (could be Sony or Daxon?)
Sony 8x DVD+Rs: Sony code (too lazy too look up!) (made by Sony)
Sony 8x DVD-Rs Sony code (SONY08D1) (made by Sony)
BenQ 4x DVD-Rs: Sony code (SONY04D1) Made by Daxon in Malaysia
BenQ 8x DVD+Rs: Daxon Code (DAXONAZ2) Made by Daxon in Malaysia
The only one on this list I don't currently own is the Sony 4x DVD-Rs. I believe they are Sony's own made in Austria.
Also, all of Sony's CD-Rs that *I'VE* ever seen have been made by Lead Data. Sometimes with a Sony code, and sometimes with a Lead Data code. I've never seen any Sony CD-Rs that looked different.
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