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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
Sanyo CRD-BP4-1400P CD-RW

4. DAE Tests

Sanyo CRD-BP4/1400P CDR-W - Page 4

DAE Tests

Test Method

We used CD DAE 99 v0.2 with AudioCDs in order to check DAE performance of the Sanyo CRD-BP4/1400P and we compared it with the Yamaha CRW2100E and Plextor PX-W1210S models.

- Pressed AudioCD results

Both Sanyo drives have similar DAE performance (much improved over previous BP3/1300P models) but far away from what Yamaha CRW2100E manages to deliver. Noticeable is the high CPU usage even for the SCSI model:

- Princo 74min AudioCD

The Sanyo drives with CDR media have the same performance as they do with pressed CDs:

- Advanced DAE Quality

The Sanyo drives are much improved over the previous 12/10/32 series and now get almost perfect score in the CD Speed 99 advanced test. The BP4 model gets 99.9 since it produced 2350 data errors. The BP1400P model seems not suffering from those problems and gets 100 (perfect) score. Both drives produces sync errors in the CD Speed 99 - on the fly copy simulation test - which means you will not be able to use them as the source for audio ,on the fly, copies and at the same time get accurate wavs.

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