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Friday, November 22, 2002
TEAC DV-516E DVD-ROM

2. CD Data Reading Tests

Teac DV-516E IDE DVD-ROM - Page 2

Data CD Tests

- Pressed CD results (Click to see the CD Speed Graphs)

Teac DV-516E supports 48X CAV CD-R reading speed. The drive almost reached that speed by the end of the reading process, and gave an average reading speed of 36.30X. In the same test, Asus E616 was slightly faster with 37.17X average.

Teac reports that the drive supports 85 msec medium access time for both CD and DVD-ROM. The seek time we measured is 83 msec for the random stroke, 94 msec for the 1/3 and 155 msec for the full stroke. The drive seems to have a precise and fast mechanism and is the faster in the test, with a small difference in the Full seek mode.

- CDR Media results (Click to see the CD Speed Graphs)

All the drives gave better results with the CDR media. Teac DV-516E gave a 36.39X average reading speed but speaking with numbers, the fastest drive comes again from Asus.

In the seek test, the results were not very different than in the pressed CD test.

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

For the RW tests we used Verbatim HS-RW media. The drive gave a 26.11X average speed. The fastest drive is the Toshiba SD-M1612 which supports 48X CAV reading speed for the HS-RW format..




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