So I was a little bored this evening.. and decided to conduct a few experiments with my current burner & media.
Burner = LG GSA-H22N
Media = Verbatim (WIJHP) MCC004
Boy, let me tell you.. was I surprised at some of my results! Please have a look...
Here's a 16X (CAV) burn, scanned at 4X (1ECC)..
Not a bad burn, if I might say so myself! This result is almost TOO good.
Now.. here's a 4X-6X (Z-CLV) burn of the same media (from the same batch), scanned first at 4X (1ECC), then at 8X (8ECC) just for comparison sake..
Isn't that just something? Here's the real kicker.. the TRT is almost perfect, which is the exact opposite of what I was expecting for such a gross burn..
So I don't get it.. is there no low-speed write strategy for MCC004 and my LG burner? Or is this just a case where the laser spent too long being focussed?
I'm super confused... especially at the near-perfect TRT that followed! Shouldn't it have been horrible?
I wonder if BenQ is the culprit, and doesn't like low-speed burns..
Hmm! Weird, huh? Perhaps I have given someone something to think about?
Please get back to me if you can shed some light on the subject!
For now.. I'll stick to 16X. :iagree: