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DOES QUALITY OF BURNER AFFECT QUALITY OF BURNED DISC?

Discussion in 'DVD / Blu-ray drives' started by Frankwm, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. Frankwm

    Frankwm Member

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    Does the quality of the DVD burner (the hardware) affect the playback quality of the burned disc?

    I don't mean picture quality, I mean other things such as momentary freezes, etc. during playback on a standalone player hooked up to a TV.

    For software I use AnyDVD & CloneDVD2.
    My reader is a SONY DVD-ROM DDU1612, my burner is a SONY (originally single layer) crossflashed to a LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-832S DL burner. Works fine.
    My media are TY for single layer & Verbatim for DL.

    One further question: Does changing the book type to DVD-ROM improve the playability of the disc?

    All relative comments welcome.
     
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  2. bilbo65

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    IMO, yes and yes. Burn speed and multitasking can also affect the quality of the burn.
     
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