Music reading performance:
We still start with the same two programs:
This shot shows the Mitsumi reading a pressed music disc.
And this shot shows the Lite-On reading a pressed music disc.
And now some CD-R music disc tests, we used the CD-Speed advanced Digital Audio Extraction (DAE) test disc for these tests.
And here is a shot showing the Mitsumi reading a CD-R music disc.
And a shot that shows the Lite-On’s performance with the CD-R music disc.
Mitsumi reading a pressed music disc.
Lite-On reading the same pressed CD-R disc.
Quick summary so far: Take a look and you’ll notice that the Mitsumi is a hair faster, but now the Lite-On gives the best seek times.
Nero CD-Speed advanced DAE test:
The Mitsumi gives perfect results.
The Lite-On also gives perfect results, although a bit slower.
And then we tried to rip 25 music tracks from a pressed disc, the total length of the CD was 77 minutes and 58 seconds. The program we used was Exact Audio Copy version 0.9 beta 2.
The Mitsumi, doesn’t support C2 error information unfortunately.
TheLite-On supports everything.
|Setting||Mitsumi CR-4809TE||Lite-On LTR-24102B|
|Secure mode||Average 6,4X||Average 5,7X|
|Burst mode||Average 28,2X||Average 25,7X|
Music reading performance summary:
While the Lite-On holds the best seek times this time, the Mitsumi is a bit faster.
The difference in seek times is not big this time so that’s why we give the Mitsumi the thumb up for being the fastest reader at music.