I purchased a BenQ DW2000 to replace my old LiteOn 18x (of similar design). I’m glad I’m back to using QSuite, but this brings up an important question I have.
By default, Solid Burn is disabled for known media types… I guess my main question is whether the quality of my writes will be better with it or without it if it is a known disc type (I do not really care about the extra 20 seconds or so… just purely from a disc quality perspective).
So then, here are my questions:
Will the quality be better with, or without solid burn for known media types (like MCC004).
How does solid burn work if the media type is known, does it replace the factory writing strategy with something the drive figures out based on just the first and last parts of the disc, or does it alter the original (factory configured) writing strategy? In other words, does the drive start from scratch? Because I would argue that perhaps it is better to stick to the factory settings then.
If I disable using solid burn for known media at this point in time, now that I’ve already been using it, do I have to clear my learnt disc settings in order for it to use the factory settings, or will it ignore the learnt types and just use the original factory settings?