Well, here is my "dumbass question" for the day:
Burn quality is better at slower speeds, like 4X, correct?
There are, obviously more burn errors at higher speeds.
So, that being the case, what is the point of a 16X DVD burner???
Wouldn't it be better to have a slower one that produced more accurate burns???
I currently have an NEC 2510A 8X max burner, and was about to buy a Benq 1620, but what is the real point of having a burner that can do a full DVD in under 6 minutes, if the burn quality, on average is going to be poorer?
Would someone please explain this to me, and I am sorry if the answer to this is too basic for some.
Also, would an upgrade from the NEC to the Benq be truly worthwhile?
BTW, I have been enjoying this site and forums for years, and this is my first post, sorry if it is dumb.