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Thursday, June 09, 2005
Teac DV-W516GB

2. Transfer Rate Reading Tests

- DVD Format

Reading DVD-ROM SL media, the reviewed drive was the fastest among the three drives for average, start and end reading speed With Dual Layer media, the Asus drive was fastest due to its maximum supported speed for this format.

The TEAC drive was quite a deal slower with +R and -R media while with +RW and -RW media, all three drives had almost the same speeds.

In this ripping speed test, the TEAC drive proved to be a good deal faster than the other three drives, usual for LiteOn based drives.

- Appendix

Nero CD-DVD Speed Graphs




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