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16102b Lite-On - 4/1/2003 11:18:12 AM   
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Its a 24x speed drive; does it write CLV all the way up to 24x or just up to 16x (or just up to 12x (or just up to 8x!))?

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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/1/2003 3:10:24 PM   
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Its a 16X CLV recorder


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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/1/2003 6:07:57 PM   
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Sorry. Sorry!

Far too much beer.

Moving on,

Its actually a 24101B.

Same question as above applies!



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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/1/2003 6:39:13 PM   
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do you mean the LiteON 24102B?? or is there a 24101B model I don't know about??

I believe your drive burns at 16x using CLV. When you burn at 24x, it starts at 16x, switches to 20X@6min, and then 24X@16min using Z-CLV. I hope this helps


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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/2/2003 12:29:08 PM   
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Umm, yes, I did mean a LiteON 24102B. One should not partake in forums after copious amount of alcohol...

Anyway, what I really meant to ask is: Is Constant Linear Velocity the best? Or is Z-CLV? What other types are there and how do they measure up to these two?

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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/2/2003 2:06:44 PM   
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My favourites are plain CLV and CAV. They don't leave "rings" on your CD-R's and they seem to produce fewer errors.

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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/2/2003 3:37:14 PM   
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The different types of burning methods are:
CLV - Constant Linear Velocity (the burner starts burning at a speed, and burns at that speed the whole time)
CAV - Constant Angular Velocity (The burner begins the burn at a certain speed, and the speed increases at a steady rate until the burn is completed)
Z-CLV: Zonal Constant Linear Velocity (The burner burns steadily at a certain speed for a given amount of time, and then jumps to a faster speed at the beginning of the next "zone" I believe there are 3 "zones" on a CD)
P-CAV: Partial Constant Angular Velocity (The burner begins burning at a certain speed, but the speed accelerates quickly for a short time, then the acceleration slows down and is constant for the remaining time of the burn)

For more info on P-CAV and Z-CLV check out the article here: http://www.cdrinfo.com/Sections/Articles/Specific.asp?ArticleHeadline=PCAV+vs%2E+ZCLV+Recording+Technlogies&index=0

I tend to agree with Terminal Velocity that CLV and CAV are the best writing methods, however the point is easily debatable since a good quality burner using any method will still produce high quality burns.


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RE: 16102b Lite-On - 4/2/2003 6:54:08 PM   
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Thanks - very very useful, informative and concise.

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