Originally posted by Scour
Hm, the new tests are really have more accuracy?
Of course, 3T Jitter shows the absolute writing quality of the drive since it doesn't affected from media variation (possible physical defects of the drive, dust etc...) but only from the shape of the Pits/Lands.
High 3T Jitter values will cause problems when playback the disc at a stand alone CD players...
can't you still have low jitter and high C2 errors?
Interesting question, but i think not, since high C2 errors will lead to increased 3T Jitter ( High Jitter <-> High C1/C2 errors)