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Tuesday, June 21, 2005
BenQ DW1625

4. DAE Tests

- Pressed and CDR AudioCD results

The DW1625 supports up to 40X CAV DAE speed. The following results were reported when using Exact Audio Copy.

Very good performance by all three drives. The Waitec Action 16 was fastest due to its 48X maximum supported reading speed.

- Advanced DAE Quality

The DW1625 achieved a perfect quality score of 100 in Nero's CD Speed Advanced DAE test. The drive can read Leadin data, CD Text and Subchannel data, but cannot read Leadout data. The reported average speed was 28.14X.

- Ripping 90mins AudioCDs

The drive could not successfully rip the 90mins audio CD.

- Ripping 99mins AudioCDs

However, that was not the case with the 99mins CD, which was ripped successfully.




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