[QUOTE=Francksoy;2014001]We would need to have the same testing unit to do that… : I don’t believe in comparisons of tests performed in different equipement…
When I compared Premium (v2) burns and 203B burns, it was with the same TY media, burns tested through Advanced Scans in Benq 1650 @24X :
- 16X burning speed, no clear winner, both outstanding
- 24X burning speed, still no clear winner, still both outstanding
- 32X burning speed, much lower jitter figures from the 203B. , still both outstanding but jitter started to be borderline (in my book) in the Plex burn.
We didn’t test lower and higher burning speeds.
I’d like to mention that these TY 97m24s01f are extremely difficult to burn at higher speeds (>24X) without producing significantly high jitter in all of the other burners I tested, and that the results in this area, both in the Plextor and the Sammy, are simply marvelous when compared to the competition.
I can dig the scans up sometime. They’re on an archival CD somewhere in my “to be filed” pile.
DAE through EAC with a damaged disc was largely superior with the 203B than with the Premium. - the Sammy could retrieve all of the damaged song, the Plex failed.[/QUOTE]I see you have done some extensive testing. And yes would need same test machine,drives,media etc…
It was just a wild idea had. I might burn a few CD-R’s with my Sammy’s and see how they test out.
I know my Sammy’s can read really really well.