I think both drives will give you a good writing quality.
With a recent firmware TEAC does a very good job in writing quality:
I don't have data for the later LiteOn 52246S firmware write performance, but at least the initial firmware left something to be desired:
This has more than likely improved with current firmware, but I have not comparable data for the LiteOn unit at hand.
As for DAE speed and accuracy, I believe the LiteOn to be a better drive, although there appears to be some unit-to-unit quality variance with the LiteOn models, which can "make or break" the DAE performance of the drive.