This is by far the most amazing read result i have ever had with my LTR52327S.
The reason i'm actually amazed by this is because i once bought a Fuji Cdr and burned it. It was in the time had the beloved LTR52246S.
The K-probe graph made me nauseous as it reached an average of about 86 C1 Errors ps though it had no C2 Errors.
What is even more interesting is the same cdr as above scanned with my LTR52327S:
Doesn't it make think about the differences between the LR52246S and the LTR52327S when it comes down to C1/C2 scans?
(You might wanna refresh with the results in my posting here:
So the other day i was walking some store and thought "What the Hell?".
I've seen it (Fuji) pumping C1 errors on the LTR52246S but what about the LTR52327S?
Now, bear in mind that the Fuji cdrs in Israel are not made by TY rather then in Made In Germany.
So i burned an Audio cd at 12X and scanned it at 52X.
The results are amazing (dodecahedron you might be a bit interested):
Now there have been some comments about Fuji ditching TY and making their own cdrs and i say: They had a rather good reason.
So the next thing i did was to check both Fujis (the older - Burned by the LTR52246S and the newer - Burned by the LTR52327S) to get a clue of a change of some sort.
And i've found them to differ in the serial numbering which are over the hub.
The Older has this "E3171016B2" and the new has "H317101G5 00".
My Ritek don't even perform as the Fuji did (though are also very good and reliable cdrs).
Here is Ritek cdrs Certified for 40X burned with Audio at 12X:
Now i know that when it comes down to an such modest amounts of C1 errors the difference is minor.
Even thought it's nice knowing Fuji (Germany) are able to produce such high quality cdrs..