This drive is on firmware v. Based on these results, I cannot recommend this media. So forcing the speed did not yield good result. It does best with the speed set to What I’d like to confirm at this point is whether this is a normal trait of this drive or is there something wrong with it? However if I forced a reading speed, I got inferiour results. The SB media checker says this media is audio-only and rates it at 12x.
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It performs relatively poorly at 32x-speed considering 48x-speed media.
LiteOn Firmware drivers
Or do I just have a messed up drive? Some tests are not quite the full capacity 74 or 80 minbut are relatively close. At least Verbatim makes some of the prettiest media in the world, if not the best. Dye Long strategy; e.
4846s Sony CDU is similar but not the same. The whole project is fully described here: Also check your spelling in Koda k and Ta i yo Yuden!!!
LTRS more errors at slow speed
The characterization of a drive’s DAE performance should not be limited by what software is used. So, the first test cdd run at 32x. Burns at full speed.
And slower speeds actually return way more errors! This is the 48246a popular AZO-Blue dye, dark blue. Then a special program is used to compare the reference WAV image to the ripped back WAV image and then a report is made about the drives error correction and concealement capabilities etc.
Also, it is a non-caching drive and telling EAC that it caches almost certainly reduces the chances of getting an accurate rip from a bad disc. I do not know the details of this DAE test that Triza mentioned and rrw I do, 4826s am a somewhat skeptical of the results. Secondly, whenever a read error occurs the drive slows down. The errors are in the first sector, confirmed in Scandisc, but the drive could only read that sector at about 6x in Scandisc.
He-he Also rrw your spelling in Koda k and Ta i yo Yuden!!! Burnt 2 media with c1 spike in similar place. What I’d like to confirm at this point is whether this is a normal trait of this drive or is there something wrong with it?
Made in Taiwan Rated Speeds: Sold as Verbatim datalife not datalifeplus! These results may be helpful to those who have stored media on these specific mediums and are woried about the CDRs data corruption. That is to say it remains excellent even when its firmware slows down the speed. Cyanine, Azo, etc Capacity: This drive often does better with C2 enabled although C2 performance isn’t anywhere near as good as other drives like my PXA.
And all Lite-Ons do that?
Problems with LiteOn LTRS : CD-R/CD-RW Drives
Cyanine Type 0 Media type: After several trials I now have no doubt that the one and only speed at which this drive yields best results is 40X. Did the test include the use of PlexTools with the Plextor drives?
Is this a firmware feature? Based on these results, I cannot recommend sd0e media.
This media carries no speed rating on the package. More errors at slower speeds.