This +102 value is correct, I checked it with a test CD. Writing offset is +30.
Now, the H22N is waaaaay too slow at ripping with EAC to be considered as interesting for this purpose.
Here are results from my own drives with EAC (from best to worse speed performance), the disc source is 369 MB / 39:16:12, ripping speed set to 40X in options, secure mode, all drives settings triple-checked:
LiteOn 16P1S : with C2 feature 1'45, without C2 feature 3'54
NEC 3540: with C2 feature 1'51, without C2 feature 3'45
NEC 4550: with C2 feature 1'54, without C2 feature 3'32
Benq 1650: 5'29
LG H22N: 9'38 :rolleyes:
Only good thing with the H22N's slow ripping speed, it's very quiet when ripping :bigsmile:
But as an audio CDR burner, it's really great, very low jitter even @40X burning.