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Monday, April 19, 2004
CyberDrive DX122D

2. CD recording tests

CyberDrive DX122D PREVIEW - Page 2

CD Recording Tests

- CD-R Writing Tests

The CyberDrive supports 8x, 12x, 16x, 24x, 32x writing speeds. Below you can see the CDSpeed writing simulation graph with Taiyo Yuden 48x CD-R media.

The simulation test, under Nero CD Speed, confirmed the manufacturer's specifications for 32x recording, which is under P-CAV. The average speed was 28.90x.

 

 

 

- Recording Times

We created an 80min data compilation with Nero Burning Rom and recorded it on a 700MB disc. CyberDrive needed 3:20 to conclude the burning procedure.

Below we present the best writing times for CyberDrive drive at 8x, 12x, 16x, 24x, 32x with a Taiyo Yuden media.

In the following graph you can see the recording times with various media brands.

- CD-RW Writing Tests

The CyberDrive supports 24x P-CAV maximum rewriting speed, with Ultra Speed rewritable media. Below you can see the results from the CDSpeed writing simulation test with blank 24x US-RW media from Mitsubishi Chemicals.

The test once again confirmed the drive's specifications for 24x rewriting. The average speed at the end of the test was 23.57x.

 

 

 

 

We also used Nero Burning Rom software to burn a 24x US-RW data media from Mitsubishi Chemicals again. The data compilation we burned onto the disc, had a size of 651 MB. The duration of the recording process was 3:37 minutes for CyberDrive.

- Packet Writing Tests

We used InCD and Mitsubishi Chemicals 24x US-RW media for all Packet Writing tests. The formatted disc had 530mbs of free space. We copied a 403 MB file (412.822 KB) from Hard Disk (on the same PC as the recorder) to the formatted RW media through Windows explorer (drag and drop).
Operation
Duration
Average speed
Read
14:35 min
3.14X
Write
2:30 min
18.34X

The reading time is much higher than usual.

- Other features

Overburning
Up to 99min
CD text reading/writing
Yes




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