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Who knows about something like "rubb-in" tests ?

Postby frank1 on Mon Nov 14, 2005 12:12 pm

I have been reading some time ago that something called the « rubb-in » tests has been moved from Japan to Taïwan.

I suppose that these tests are made by the burner manufacters on samples send by the blank media manufacturers in order to adjust the writing strategy for a given media and so improve the firmwares
Is this right or not ?
I have been searching around in forums for more detailed info about these tests, but could not find anything ...
So I like to know if somebody knows something precise about where and how these « rubb-in » tests tests are done.

My aim is to find out precisely which samples of a given MID code have been sent for these tests
For example Verbatim is manufacturing the same MID code at least in Singapore, Taiwan and India and I like to know which ones where used for adjusting the firmwares.
I think this could explain why we have all these differences in burning quality among a single MID code

A other question: these tests are first made when a new MID code come out. Who can garantee an absolutly constant quality of manufacturing during the whole lifetime of a MID code ?
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Postby RJW on Mon Nov 14, 2005 2:22 pm

I think your are meaning the round robin tests.
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Postby frank1 on Tue Nov 15, 2005 2:48 am

Yes of course: "round robin"
the same name than for the America's Cup preliminay races
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