Of course.... The differences in burn time for 12X vs 16x is insignificant...... so go ahead choose the best quality....... TY T02 burns best at 12X. It always gives the lowest values in BenQ Qscan (You use this prog to scan for tracking and focus errors before you burn the disc), but even from the same batch of TY there are always small variations in tracking and focus errors which will give small variations in the burn quality (and in PI and PIF) for discs even from the same spindle.....So you have to burn at least 4-5 discs at the same speed before you can be certain which burn speed gives you the best quality.
But recall the standards for a good quality DVD:
Use this as a guideline for good discs:
PI(Parity Inner): No larger areas on the disc should exceed 280 PI-8 errors, do not worry too much about high single spikes that exceed 280.
PIF(Parity Inner Failures): No larger areas on the disc should exceed 16 PIF errors (when scanning with a non-Benq drive it's 4 PIF errors), do not worry too much about high single spikes that exceed 16.
My point is: the smal differences in your scans dosen't matter in the real world But then again, in the BenQ world, every scan with QS < 95 is a complete "failure" :bigsmile:
Enjoy your BenQ. The drive is SO good that it make me almost cry in happines :o