PIONEER DVD 304S WINDOWS 8 DRIVER
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PIONEER DVD 304S DRIVER
Again, the results are so close as to be considered a wash. Let's now move to digital audio extraction results.
Once again, despite impressive single-session extraction rates extracting individual tracks kept the DAE at 12X CLVwe encountered dips in the extraction rate graph that corresponded to Pioneer DVD 304S issues in the extracted files. Where the two dips in the graph appear, we found very faint pops and clicks. In fact, they were faint enough that we had to confirm with back-to-back comparisons with the original.
We even recruited another set of ears to help determine just how noticeable the pops were. Noticeable, but just barely, and not a big deal.
However, those who take their audio extraction seriously may beg to differ. It should be emphasized that this phenomenon only occurred when extracting a CD-DA in its entirety, at full speed. Pioneer DVD 304S to our testing, those who extract individual tracks at a time, or who duplicate audio CDs on the fly should not encounter any problems because extraction rates will not stray beyond 12X in these scenarios.
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Read speeds were identical to its pressed CD performance. Access times were measured at less than 79ms, actually under Pioneer's 80ms spec and significantly better than its pressed CD results. Our transfer rate test completed successfully and at speeds higher than we'd ever seen before with CD-RW mediaX! Essentially, this drive read all media thrown at it at Pioneer DVD 304S maximum-rated speeds; quite impressive indeed.
Once we'd begun access time testing, however, we discovered a serious issue. The testbed would crash to a blue screen proclaiming read errors every time we attempted to run the access time test.
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We aren't completely satisfied with either, but would prefer the more stable output the Toshiba provides. CD-RW media readability is a serious issue with our Pioneer evaluation unit.
Pioneer DVDS - Introduction
Despite the nice sequential transfer rate graphs we produced from it, it was essentially useless reading CD-RWs. We unsuccessfully tried Verbatim, Sony, and Memorex media.
Toshiba, though, had no issues with CD-RWs that we could find. Sequential reads with the -RWs were on the slow side, but reliability was consistent Pioneer DVD 304S all three brands we tried with it: For some reason, the Pioneer would top out at 8X, then reduce speeds at the outermost portion of our test DVDs. Those who own data DVD applications will appreciate the higher speeds Toshiba offers. Introduction.
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Pioneer New Media Technologies, Inc., founded inhas been one of the premier manufacturers of DVD-ROM drives over the. Conclusion.
The Pioneer DVDS is designed for a very specific market segment. Being a SCSI device by definition makes it less accessible.