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Re: PS2 ISOs

Posted: Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:20 am
by Exhuminator
>What type of DVD brand

JVC / Taiyo Yuden (VP-R47HGS25) DVD+R 16X Premium Grade, Gold Lacquer Branded Blank DVD Plus R Media Discs 4.7 GB in 25 Spindle

Made by Taiyo Yuden, sold by JVC. These are the best you can get.

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>What speed to write at

4x

>What program(s) to use

http://www.imgburn.com/ with disc verify enabled

If you use anything less than the combination I described above, you do so at the long term detriment of your PS2's DVD laser diode.

Re: PS2 ISOs

Posted: Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:24 pm
by Sano
Thanks for the great replies and ideas/suggestions. I will put them all to use and see what ends up being the best result for me :D

Re: PS2 ISOs

Posted: Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:41 pm
by s8n
btw dont buy DVD-R / CD-R off ebay they will most likely be fakes get them from a reputable shop like http://www.rima.com/ and http://www.supermediastore.com/ etc...........


also remember what i said with my Dreamcast , if it loads quick and sounds tight its a good thing. If your PS2 is taking ages to load and sounds sluggish change your , burner , burn software , burn speed , media.

Re: PS2 ISOs

Posted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 12:20 am
by Sano
s8n wrote:btw dont buy DVD-R / CD-R off ebay they will most likely be fakes get them from a reputable shop like http://www.rima.com/ and http://www.supermediastore.com/ etc...........


also remember what i said with my Dreamcast , if it loads quick and sounds tight its a good thing. If your PS2 is taking ages to load and sounds sluggish change your , burner , burn software , burn speed , media.


Alright man, thanks for the advice! Don't know where i would be without you guys :D

Re: PS2 ISOs

Posted: Mon Dec 21, 2015 10:59 am
by Ziggy587
All the more reason to go with OPL, you wont be putting any wear and tear on the optical drive (even less than using retails discs!).