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Tuesday, May 17, 2005
Ridisc Media Tests

32. Conclusion

In the following graphs we present the maximum PIE values for each disc and burner combination, as they were reported by Plextools. According to the DVD specifications, the PIE level should be below 280.

The red bars indicate either reported errors where the reading process stopped while Plextools reported POF errors or the drive couldn't access the disc.

In general, according to the resulting measurements, the error levels are very good, lower than 280 PIE. Noteworthy is the fact that almost all of the discs which were recorded were read successfully by our drives and at high speed.

You can always discuss and share your experiences with these media in our forum.




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