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Tuesday, June 25, 2002
Philips DVDRW228 DVD+RW

3. CloneCD Reading Tests

Philips DVDRW228 IDE DVD+RW - Page 3

CloneCD Reading Tests

- Procedure

We used CloneCD (v4.0.1.6) and 4 original CDs - Serious Sam 2 (SafeDisc 2), Desperados (LaserLock 2), V-Rally 2 Expert (SecuROM 2) and NBA Jam Extreme (PSX) - in order to test the reading time of the drives. We also tested the reading performance with backups of the original CDs, since the reading speed varies between original and backup media. The following pictures show the drive reading/writing capabilities as CloneCD reports:

- PSX Pressed Media

The Philips drive needs 7 more seconds to end the task with PSX pressed media than the Ricoh MP5125A.

- SafeDisc 2 Results

Both Ricoh MP5125A and Philips DVDRW228 performed slowly with SafeDisc 2 protected discs.

- LaserLock 2 Results

Both pressed and backup LaserLock 2 media are hard for a drive to rip in respectable time. The Philips drive performed slightly better than the Ricoh one:

- SecuROM 2 Results

Both drives can read SubChannel Data from Audio/Data tracks. The Philips drive was faster with the pressed and slower with the CD-R backup.




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