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Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Pioneer DVR-110D fw1.17

2. DVD Recording Tests

We burned 4315MB of data on various DVD±R, DVD±RW media. We used the maximum allowed writing speed for each disc.

- DVD-R/-RW media

The fastest time when burning at 16X with DVD-R media according to our tests, was 6:01min. It is rather good that many 8X certified media, allowed writing at up to 12X.

- DVD+R/+RW media

Once again, the 12X speed is something you'll see with many media, either 8X or 16X. But we would like more media to be supported at 16X. The maximum writing time for this format was 5:42min, which is a rather slow time.




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