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Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 8:12:07 AM   
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The third set of test results...

* Reference Scan



* PlexTools v2.12



The PI error rate as reported from the PX-712A is really low. The SA300 also confirms the results even we can see a different trend line (high->low->high)


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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 8:33:51 AM   
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* Reference Scans





* PlexTools v2.12



The Jitter trend line follows more or less the SA300 series, while the BETA/Assymetry lines have the same trend.


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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 1:40:10 PM   
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Who was the media really made by? Can you tell me where it was manufactuered? Taiwan, Japan, Singapore? Thanks!


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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 3:30:01 PM   
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The MCC burned media? Japan of course

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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 3:58:07 PM   
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The MCC burned media? Japan of course


Good to know! It's *SO* hard to find real MCC made media here in North America these days


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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 4:04:04 PM   
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Our MCC media comes directly from Japan, fortunaly

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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 10:18:13 PM   
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Our MCC media comes directly from Japan, fortunaly


Sadly that means that almost no one else will have media that will match these results...

Still you're very lucky!


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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/19/2004 10:54:34 PM   
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For sure we will try to match the test results with more media...

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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/20/2004 12:59:45 PM   
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Thanks for the scans Emperor. Really interesting stuff.

BTW, can I ask why your reference CATS scans have such a big smoothing (i.e. average points with sparse distribution)?

Are the results from a Falken unit?


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MCC (Made In Japan), Hitachi Maxell (Made in Japan) and TY (Made In Japan) are all easily available in EU.

I wonder why North America is so different?
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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/20/2004 2:11:53 PM   
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Halc, the testing is done in a way many discs can be tested at a reasonable amount of time. Media manufacturers also use the exact same method, saves a LOT of testing time and produces in general accurate results. Imagine taking media ever 2hours and have one hour to test a media to see the machine is not producing good quality...total chaos. There is a distribution of sample area (with inner radious circle) at the whole area of the disc. Since all tested media was burned at 4X CLV, the tests results are OK. For 8X/12X recording more sampling should be done...

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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/20/2004 3:43:50 PM   
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Ok, thanks! That clears it up.

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RE: Plextor PX-712 PIPO vs. SA300 - Part 3 - 5/20/2004 7:46:41 PM   
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