I don't really need to do the test to say that the 6S will not burn at 52x on any of the chosen media, and will produce C2 errors 1/2 of the time at that speed. Or that the quality of the burns will be lower on the 6S compared to the same thing burned in the 7S then read on the 6S. I know my 6S very well. So, what am I offered to do the chore for you?
I'd do the test with burning at 40x to try to eliminate the differences between the drives at 52x burn speed.
i'm not sure i understand you.
i believed, from many posts on the forums, that the 52246S has very good media compatibility and will burn at 52x on many different brands. from your quote it appears that this is not so ???
i would gladly do testing myself, had i the drives, which i do not (alas
thanks for doing the additional testing at my request
from them i gather the following:
the 7 drives reports a higher number of errors than the 6 drive, perhaps by some 50% ?
however this appears to be very consistent, so it doesn't matter from a practical perspective (for comparisons), as long as one knows on which of the drives the testing is being done.
also, at least for the 40x test on the media you made, it appears that the 52246S drive's burn quality is slightly better than the 52327S drive's.
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