Are there any 3 sheep burners?

If so which ones are?

When you can rate a paper on a scale of 1-10, can it be 15 then?

Judging from the website of CloneCD, there is only a classification of 0, 1 or 2 sheep, three sheep is not a valid classification it seems…so how can there be a 3-sheep writer?

The reason that I asked is because I read the review article on the LTR-52246S and it said that it couldn’t pass the three sheep test, so I therefore thought there was a three sheep burner

Originally posted by Slovak
The reason that I asked is because I read the review article on the LTR-52246S and it said that it couldn’t pass the three sheep test, so I therefore thought there was a three sheep burner

I could be mistaken of course, this is not my field of expertise, but I think it is strange when people talk about three sheep, when the rating that is found on the CLoneCD website only allows two sheep as maximum…

Originally posted by Slovak
The reason that I asked is because I read the review article on the LTR-52246S and it said that it couldn’t pass the three sheep test, so I therefore thought there was a three sheep burner

Somebody brought this up a few weeks back. Mind linking the review article? I’m curious as to how this “expert” came up w/ the 3 sheep rating when it doesn’t at the Elaborate Bytes site.

http://www.cdfreaks.com/document.php3?Doc=99&Page=1
look on the conclusion page under negative points

The rating used is explained a bit here:
http://www.cdfreaks.com/document.php3?Doc=99&Page=9

The only thing I can come up with is a new added rating for the latest protections used. Perhpas alexnoe can help us out here…

Alex is solely responsiple for the “3 sheep” term :slight_smile: