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Tuesday, December 21, 2004
NEC ND-3520A Preview

3. DVD Recording Test

NEC ND-3520A Burner - Page 3

DVD Recording Test

The new ND-3520A can burn at 16X maximum speed, DVD+R and DVD-R media. DVD+RW media can be burned at 8X, while DVD-RW media can be burned at 6X. Unfortunately, there are no available DVD-RW media at 6X.

The writing strategies are illustrated below:

  • DVD+R @ 16X

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  • DVD-R @ 16X

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  • DVD+RW @ 8X

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The writing times for the media we burned are given below:

DVD +R/+RW media
Disc Label
Disc Information
Max Allowed Writing Speed
Total Recording Time (mins)
Datawrite 8X Orange
MCC 003
8X
9:34
Datawrite Printable
MCC 003
8X
9:38
Verbatim 16X
MCC 004
16X
5:58
Datawrite +RW
PRODISC W02
4X
14:34
Mitsubishi Chemicals 8X +RW
MKM A03
8X
8:21
DVD -R/-RW media
Disc Label
Disc Information
Max Allowed Writing Speed
Total Recording Time (mins)
Datawrite Printable
Fujifilm03
8X
9:39
Datawrite Grey
CMC MAG AE1
8X
9:59
Datawrite Printable
CMC MAG AE1
8X
9:36
TDK 16X
TTH02
16X
5:54

The ND-3520A reported very good recording times with various media. As this is only a preview of the drive, more media will be burned in the near future to further investigate recording performance. Stay tuned for the final review.




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