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Thursday, September 19, 2002

2. Data Reading Tests


Data Tests

- Pressed CD results: (Click to see the CD Speed Graph)

Yamaha CRW-F1DX and its internal brother seem to have no differences in the data reading performance. The average reading speed is the same for both drives, and none of them reached the promised 44X maximum speed. The seek time results are also identical.

- CDR Media: (Click to see the CD Speed Graph)

The situation could not be different in the CD-R reading test. Again, the results look exactly the same.

- HS-RW media: (Click to see the CD Speed Graphs)

In the HS-RW reading tests we used the HS-RW media that come with the retail package of each drive, recorded in the correspondent maximum speed supported. For the YAMAHA drive, we used Ultra speed 24X HS-RW media. The YAMAHA CRW-F1DX read the disc at 32.98X average speed.

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