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

4. DVD Data Reading Tests

Teac DV-516E IDE DVD-ROM - Page 4

DVD reading tests

- Test Method

We used Nero CD Speed to run DVD tests. All tests were performed at least 3 times with the same DVD title (we show the average results). The tests discs were one single sided, single layer DVD-ROM, one single sided, dual layer DVD-ROM, and DVD-R,-RW, +R and DVD+RW media.

- Single Layer DVD-ROM reading: (Click for CDSpeed results)

Teac DV-516E supports 16X CAV reading speed for the DVD-ROM format. The drive is the fastest among the competitors on the test with 15.82X average speed. LiteOn LTD163 follows closely with 11.36X.

The seek times of Teac DV-516E are low for the DVD-ROM format. The random seek test gave an 82 msec result, and the Full seek around 164 msec. The LiteOn drive is faster only in the Full seek mode, with a small however difference.

- Dual Layer DVD-ROM reading: (Click for CDSpeed results)

The drive supports 12X CAV reading speed for the dual layer DVD-ROM discs. It started reading at 8.92X and finished the task at 11.92X, with an average speed of 8.92X.

The seek times for the dual layer DVD-ROMs are the same as in the previous test.

- DVD Ripping Tests

We measured the DVD Ripping speed using the "Matrix" DVD Video title and DVD Decrypter v3.0 software.

The ripping speed of Teac DV-516E is high and reaches the 8302 kb/sec (6X). However, the Asus E616 is faster with 9110 kb/sec.

- DVD reading Tests

The charts below shows the Nero DVD Speed results with the following media.

Non of the drives on the test support reading of DVD+R media. Teac DV-516 seems to support almost 7X CAV reading speed for the supported DVD formats. The drive read the inserted discs in a similar average speed of approximately 5.1X. LiteOn LTD163 is the faster reader for all the formats, followed by the Teac drive, for the DVD+RW and DVD-RW formats.




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