DVD Burner - TEAC - DV-W516E 16X DVD-MULTI

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#1

Malaysia just receive sample from TEAC Japan~ :smiley:

TEAC DV-W516E DVD MULTI

DVD+R,-R & RAM support !!

Chipset:
Panasonic MN103SA6GSJ
Panasonic AN22115A

Design by TEAC B)

TEAC announced the DV-W516E atapi DVD burner, supporting 8X recording speed for DVD±R DL media. The drive will be in the market in the beginning of July.

The drive will be available in both retail and OEM market, and will come in three color variations (black, beige and silver). Teac expects to ship 500,000 drives during the first year of availability.

Specifications:

Write:
DVD+R: 16x ( CAV ), 8x ( PCAV ),4x ( CLV ), 2.4x ( CLV )
DVD+R DL: 8x ( ZCLV ) when using an 8x disc, 6x ( CLV ), 4x ( CLV ), 2.4x ( CLV )
DVD+RW: 8x ( ZCLV ), 6x ( CLV ), 4x ( CLV ), 2.4x ( CLV )
DVD-R: 16x ( CAV ), 8x ( PCLV ),4x ( CLV ), 2x ( CLV )
DVD-R DL: 8x ( ZCLV ) when using an 8x disc,6x ( CLV ), 4x ( CLV ), 2x ( CLV )
DVD-RW: 6x ( CLV ), 4x ( CLV ), 2x ( CLV ), 1x ( CLV )
DVD-RAM: 5x ( CLV ), 3x ( CLV ), 2x ( CLV )
CD-R: 40x ( CAV ), 32x ( PCAV ),16x ( CLV ), 8x ( CLV )
CD-RW: MS 4x ( CLV ), HS 10x ( CLV ), 4x ( CLV ), US 24x ( CAV ) 10x ( CLV )

Read:
DVD-ROM: 16x ( CAV )
DVD-Video: 8x ( CAV )
DVD-R, DVD+R: 10x ( CAV )
DVD-R DL, DVD+R DL: 8x ( CAV )
DVD-RW, DVD+RW: 8x ( CAV )
DVD-RAM: 5x ( CLV )
CD-ROM: 40x ( CAV )
CD-R: 40x ( CAV )
CD-RW: 40x ( CAV )
CD-DA (DAE): 40x ( CAV )
Audio Play: 4x ( CLV )

Random Access Time:
130ms typ. average ( CD-ROM, 40x )
140ms typ. average ( DVD-ROM, 16x )

Data Buffer: 2MB
Data Transfer Rate:
PIO MODE4
Single word DMA (Read Sustained) MODE2
Multi-word DMA MODE2
Ultra DMA MODE4

Feature:

-High speed ROPC (Running OPC) technology will monitor the recording procedure about 180 times per second, in order to maintain writing accuracy and enchance the recording quality.
-BURN-Proof avoiding Buffer UnderRun Error, Automatically adjusting writing strategy & running OPC to provide the best burning quality

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#2

WRITE:

RICOH 8x DVD+R

Test Quality

READ:

Test Quality

MITSUBISHI 8x DVD+R (MIS)

MITSUBISHI 8x DVD-R (MIT)

CYBER 8x DVD-R

IMATION I-Crystal 8x DVD+R


#3

MAXELL 3x DVD-RAM

Write: 3X

Read : 5X

*Windows Xp can support (drag&drop) :smiley:


#4

I own this drive in form of a Plextor PX-750A. When you compare to the MCC scans in the cdfreaks PX-750A review, these scans look much worse than it would burn as a Plextor. Why is that? Is it because of the TEAC firmware?

But more importantly, is this drive being re-issued or something? The sticker says July 2005, so it looks like regular one. I expect “real” Plextors to be even much much better, but it’s such a great drive. I never had one of such high mechanical quality in terms of the way it sounds. And it’s always so totally consistent in the sounds it makes. You never have surprising new and strange sounds as I always had with other drives. And it holds the tray like you couldn’t be able to bomb it out of the drive. Really great!


#5

Oh! Here it - yes! How many possibilities…


#6

i buy a TEAC DV-W516E DVD MULTI yesterday ,