Lite-On LH-20A1L and CD-Rs

Hi

How do these look?
Verbatim branded CMC Magnetics MIT burned and scanned @32x using Nero CD-DVD Speed ‘Create Disc’.

Thanks
NBK

Nero CD-DVD Speed: Disc Info
Basic Information
Disc type: : CD-R
Manufacturer: : CMC Magnetics
MID : 97m26s66f
Write speeds: : 12 X - 16 X - 24 X - 32 X - 40 X - 48 X
Capacity: : 79:59.71
: 703 MB
Extended Information
Usage : General
Disc Status : Closed

Good but not great because of the E22 errors reported in the Advanced Disc Quality scan.

Hi

Used Nero CD-DVD Speed ‘Create Disc’ to burn Taiyo Yuden unbranded disc @32x
How do these look?

Thanks
NBK

Nero CD-DVD Speed: Disc Info
Basic Information
Disc type: : CD-R
Manufacturer: : Taiyo Yuden
MID : 97m24s01f
Write speeds: : 12 X - 16 X - 24 X - 32 X - 40 X - 48 X
Capacity: : 79:59.72
: 703 MB
Extended Information
Usage : General
Disc Status : Closed





I’d say that’s an excellent result. :slight_smile:

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They look good. Slightly better than I get with Verbatim CMC MIC.

Very nice!

This is a Verbatim CD-R (MIJ) that I burned today.
http://www.verbatim-europe.com/index/product.php?cat_id=49&sub_cat_id=56&pid=108&lang_id=1
These are probably the best CD-Rs I have ever used.

Burned at 16x in the Liteon LH-20A1P fw KL0M
Scanned at 32x in the LH-20 and BenQ DW1640 fw BSLB.




Excellent!
No E31 or E12 errors at all in the BenQ ADQ scan and fairly low jitter.

The LiteOn scan shows very few E31 errors (as C1 errors).

I have to ask NBK - what are you grabbing those screenshots with? They’re biiiiiig. :eek:

Do you have your monitor resolution set to “Absolutely Ginormous”? :bigsmile:

Skelton’s are a pleasing size. :slight_smile:

:slight_smile: LOL…Arachne, i just used the capture button on Nero CD-DVD Speed. My monitor resolution is set to 1280 by 1024. I really do not know why they are so big, but u can definitely see them.

NBK

NBK

The look really big on my 22" lcd :bigsmile:

Hehehe :bigsmile:…oh you can see them alright, no problem there :bigsmile:

@rolling - yeah they’re pretty big on my 17" LCD :bigsmile:

I did two scans in the BenQ, one with BSRB firmware and the other
with BSLB. The BSRB scan had lower average jitter but higher max
jitter. I assume this is because of the stop-start scanning with BSRB.

Just to complete the picture, this is a scan and TRT of the same CD-R
in my old Liteon LTR-52246S CD-RW drive.



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Scanning CD-Rs with LiteOn CD-RW drives compared to other drives (Media Testing/Identifying Software)

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