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Tuesday, February 19, 2002
TEAC 540E CD-ROM

4. Data Tests (80min and RW CDs)

Teac 540E IDE CD-Rom - Page 4

Data Tests (80min and RW CDs)

- 80min tests:
The Teac 540E CD-Rom works also very well with the 80min CDs:

The graph above shows that the Teac 540E outperformed the Pioneer 40x DVD-Rom but was surpassed by Plextor 40x.

The graph above shows that this time the Teac 540E outperformed both the Pioneer and the Plextor 40x drives using the Mitsui 80min media. Interestingly the Plextor 40x only averaged 23.61x. It was a surprise as both of the other drives read the test CD fine...

- CDR-W tests:
The Teac 540E gave outstanding performance reading RW CDs, reading them with 30,38 average speed! I do not know of any other CD-Rom that can read RW CDs so fast!

Verdict of CDR Media Tests:
The tests show that the Teac 540E gave the same results for both CDR media and pressed CDs. The TEAC did not appear to have any problems with 80min and RW CDs. The TEAC gave excellent results with RW CDs, It read them as normal CDs (30.30x average reading speed) and the results appear to show that this drive may be the best around when using RW media. All of test CD's could be read by the Teac at impressive speeds. From these tests we feel that the drive will have no major problems with different CDR/CD RW media and performance on all type of media is impressive. If anyone does find any problems please let us know.




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