Apparently, the highly-regarded Best Burners - often from Pioneer - have either designed in a non-scanner feature OR that the scanner-software has been purposely crippled so it can’t implement a Best Burner’s unit ability to Read/Scan. I don’t know which, though.
Of course, my bigger question is,
Why should I trust any Scanning Unit?
Why should I trust an engineering staff who can’t design a Best Burner Unit but who can apparently design a Best Scanner unit?
I realize that Scanning is a simpler operation than Burning but is that the basis for trustworthiness of a Scanner Unit?
That sounds like “It’s so easy, even a child could design one!”
Or perhaps I should only consider Scanning Units for their comparative analytic offerings - that the Scanners may be good or bad, but they’ll be The Same over time and I can then trust Day 40’s scans compared to Day 795’s scans.
Is that why Scanning Units are ‘useful’? It’s not that we can trust their Scan Quality, but that their Scan Quality will be consistent over time?