Hopefully some people with more knowledge than myself could answer a couple of question I have...
This week I burned for the first time some DVD-Audio discs eg. compiling 6 or so normal CD's onto a DVD as DVD-Audio format.
I burned about 16 over the last 4 days, today my 3 year old Lite-On165P6S DVD burner died.
Does burning DVD-Audio discs wear down your DVD burner faster than burning normal CD's and DVD's, or is it more likely a co-incidence that my 3 year old burner has died the same week I burned a bunch of DVD-Audio discs for the first time ?
When burning the last 16 DVD-Audio discs I burned over the last 4 days my burner showed no signs at all of having any problems, until I put a disc in any it didn't work anymore (just whirred and ticked and stopped).
Are the last few DVD-Audio discs I burned before my burner died likely to have errors ?
Thanks in advance for any info / opinions !