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Monday, April 13, 2009
DVD Burning at 22x

3. Verbatim MCC 004 000 (00h) DVD+R

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

Burner: HL-DT-ST GH22NS30 v1.02

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Writing - 22X (14.27X Average) in 04:26

Reading - 16X

Quality Scanning Results

 
   
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The correctable errors were slightly off the limits here, in the areas were the burning speed was high. No uncorrectable errors were reported.

Burner: LITEON iHAS422 v4L11

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Writing - 22X (16.10X Average) in 04:36

Although the LiteOn drive initiated the burning for 22x, it slowed down to16x before the end of the recordable area.

Reading - 16X

 

Quality Scanning Results

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Despite the relatively slow burning speed by the end of the data area (16x), POF was very high here.

Burner:TSST SH-S223F vSB03

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Writing - 20X (14.94X Average) in 4:42

Reading - 16X

Quality Scanning Results

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Although the Samsung drive did not burn the specific disc at 22x, we included the results in order to show that sometimes it's better to limit the recording speed to get better quality. The Samsung drive behaved pretty well here and almost all the measured signals were within limits.




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