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Monday, August 09, 2004
New 16X DVD recorder from Samsung, the TS-H552


Samsung Electronics announces the new 16X Writemaster, TS-H552. This high-end DVD writer is capable of reading and writing in both DVD+ and DVD- formats with double layer support.

It can write up to 16X on DVD+R disc, 12X on DVD-R disc and 4X on DVD+/-RW disc. With double layer support, it is able to store 8.5GB on one disc (which is 2 times the capacity of a DVD Single Layer disc and 12 times the capacity of a CD disc).

A fast and reliable performance is ensured through the SAT (Speed Adjustment Technology), TAC (Tilt Actuator Compensation) and Double OPC (Optimum Power Control) technologies. In order to reduce the noise under high speed, the Silent PWM technology (Pulse Width Modulation) and ABS (Automatic Ball Balancing System) are adapted to make the drive work with outstanding performance. Other technologies on this drive include a power saving function and Buffer Under Run Free Technology.

SAT (Speed Adjustment Technology): Automatically optimizes the speed according to the disc quality.

TAC (Tilt Actuator Compensation): Though the disc may be a twisted one, this technology compensates it by giving a tilt with the objective lens for the most reliable writing condition.

Double (Optimum Power Control): Strengthens the writing performance by controlling the laser power not only in the inner side but also in the outer side of the disc.

Silent PWM (Silent Pulse Width Modulation): Minimizes the waveform discontinuity to vanish the noise occurred from the PWM technology which lowers the IC heat which the disc spins in high speed.

TS-H552, 16X DVD Writemaster Specifications:

Category Specifications Remark
Interface Enhanced IDE (ATAPI) UDMA Mode2
Disc Diameter 8 Cm / 12 Cm  
Loading Type Motorized Tray  
Drive Mounting Horizontal / Vertical  
Physical Spec.(W*D*H) 148.2mm x 184mm x 42mm  
READ /WRITE Speed READ DVD-ROM 16X (21,600 KB/sec)  
CD-ROM 48X (7,200 KB/sec)  
WRITE DVD+R 16X (21,600 KB/sec) P-CAV
DVD+RW 4X (5,400 KB/sec)  
DVD-R 12X (16,200 KB/sec) P-CAV
DVD-RW 4X ( 5,400 KB/sec)  
CD-R 40X (6,000 KB/sec) P-CAV
CD-RW 32X (4,800 KB/sec) P-CAV
Double Layer DVD+R 2.4X (3,240 KB/sec)  
Mounting Orienting ΅Ύ15΅Ζ Horizontal / ΅Ύ15΅Ζ Vertical  
Buffer Under Run Buffer Under Run  
Buffer Size 2 MB  
Power Consumption DC +5V/1.5A, DC +12V/1.5A  


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