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Wednesday, April 09, 2008
DVD Burning at 20x

3. 20x burning - Verbatim MCC 004 DVD+R

Disc: Verbatim MCC 004 000 (00h) (DVD+R)

 

Burner: HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GSA-H55L 1.05

Writing - 20X (14.89X Average) in 04:59

Reading - 16X

DaTARIUS Scanning Test Results

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Low writing quality here, with the test reporting many uncorrectable errors.

Burner: PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-215 1.18

Writing - 20X (14.61X Average) in 04:49

Reading - 16X

DaTARIUS Scanning Test Results

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Burner: ASUS DRW-2014L1T 1.02

Writing - 20X (14.14X Average) in 5:12

Reading - 12X

DaTARIUS Scanning Test Results

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The POFs reported at around a radius of 56,5mm of the disc are not what we expected, with the measurements to terminate in the specific position of the disc. The PISum8 rate was also high at the 44mm and 56,5mm positions. The disc was read at 12x instead of the supported 16x.




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