Asus DRW-2014L1T - Post your scans here

Mitsubishi +R 16x
MCC004 @20x
Burn time: 05:11

TDK +R 16x
TDK003 @16x
Burn time: 0600

TDK -R 16x
TYG03 @20x(slowdown after 3.8G)
Burn time: 05:04

RICOH +R 16x
RICOHJPNR03 @16x
Burn time: 06:00

Verbatim -R 16x
MCC03RG20 @16x
Burn time: 06:07

Fujifilm +R 16x
PRODISCR05 @16x
Burn time: 06:13

imation -R 16x
CMC MAG.AM3 @16x
Burn time: 06:22

Maxell -R 16x
MXLRG04 @20x
Burn Time: 04:52

Hi could you do some scans on Verbatim branded MCC004 and YudenT03 media
thanks

Mitsubishi +R 8x
MCC003 @12x
Burn time: 07:40

That’s -R 16x
TYG03 @20x
Burn time: 04:57

ok let me get this straight…it’s ok to use Asus and Sammy’s to do Quality tests …no way :confused:

No problem, I’ll do the tests later.

I’m guessing it’s okay, but not preferred…compare the BenQ-BenQ scan to the Asus scan in the post above yours. :doh: This might be one of the main drives that, if you scan, you can only compare burns of the same MID, and only from this drive. But the drive isn’t by itself, as the LiteOn-BenQ drive seems to show major issues with the burns.

At least the drive has semi-proper scanning, since the Optiarc failed with an error during one of the TRTs where it looked rather rough.

I’d found that some problems if doing QS on Mediatek Chips Drives. If I find the results of TRT don’t match the QS result, I’ll scan the Disc on other Drives(like Philips chips or Sanyo chips Drives). :slight_smile:

Good idea. :iagree:

Verbatim +R 16x
YUDEN000T03 @16x(Max supported write speed)
Burn time: 06:15

sorry off topic again:

yeah it’s just that i see people using Sammy’s…now Asus. I guess until some “superior being” says use this or that drive “only” then no one has any fun :slight_smile:

Carry on 2601 and thank you for the scans :clap:

You have to admit, some of these drive produce BEAUTIFUL colors when they scan. They also make very funky looking spike patterns. :bigsmile:

[And we now return you to 2601’s pre-review of the 2014L1T. Thank you for this, BTW. :clap:]

I guess it’s what a person wants to use for a reference…but we will have no standard here :doh: