Plextor PX-891SAF

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#1

Drive info & capabilities…


#2

Taiyo Yuden 8x DVD+R
Blank shiny
YUDEN T02 (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 6x


#3

[QUOTE=jadburner;2764828]Taiyo Yuden 8x DVD+R
Blank shiny
YUDEN T02 (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 6x[/QUOTE]

Additional scans…


#4

Taiyo Yuden 8x DVD+R
Blank shiny
YUDEN T02 (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 8x


#5

[QUOTE=jadburner;2764831]Taiyo Yuden 8x DVD+R
Blank shiny
YUDEN T02 (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 8x[/QUOTE]

Additional scans…


#6

FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 4x


#7

[QUOTE=jadburner;2766770]FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 4x[/QUOTE]

Additional scans…


#8

FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 6x


#9

[QUOTE=jadburner;2766772]FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 6x[/QUOTE]

Additional scans…


#10

FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 8x


#11

[QUOTE=jadburner;2766774]FalconMedia Vision 8x DVD+R DL
White inkjet hub printable
MKM 003 (Made in UAE)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 8x[/QUOTE]

Additional scans…


#12

[B]jadburner[/B], thanks for the drive tests! :clap: May I ask you about the firmware dump? :wink:


#13

[QUOTE=blackened2687;2766776]May I ask you about the firmware dump? ;)[/QUOTE]

Sure. I’ve posted what I hope is a valid firmware dump here. It would be great if someone could verify it.


#14

[B]jadburner[/B], thank you very much! :clap: I’ve checked the dump and it seems to be a valid firmware image. :slight_smile:


#15

I’ve just purchased a Plextor PX-891SAF. I must burn many audio CDs. Which speed is the best? I need to prevent the degradation over time. Theoretically, the lower speed the better, but in the specifications that [B]Imgburn [/B]shows, apparently the lowest speed is 16x. Is it possible to burn at slower speeds just selecting them manually? Is it worth?

If tests must be done to determine the optimum speed, how? I see in this thread that [B]Nero cd-dvd speed[/B] is used to make dvd tests, but I don’t know how to start or how to understand the graphics. Does anyone know a tutorial for this?

Besides the speed is there anything else I should consider?

Thanks


#16

JVC 52x CD-R
Blank shiny
97m24s01f (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 16x


#17

JVC 52x CD-R
Blank shiny
97m24s01f (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 24x


#18

JVC 52x CD-R
Blank shiny
97m24s01f (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 32x


#19

JVC 52x CD-R
Blank shiny
97m24s01f (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 40x


#20

JVC 52x CD-R
Blank shiny
97m24s01f (Made in Japan)
PX-891SAF (1.00)
Burned at 48x