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Ricoh vs The Yamaha CD Burner

Ricoh vs The Yamaha CD Burner - PCSTATS
Abstract: In today's computer centered society, CD recorders have become an indispensable peripheral that every serious computer user cannot do without.
Filed under: Optical Drives Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Various Mar 02 2000   D. Dee  
Home > Reviews > Optical Drives > Various

The Specs

Ricoh 7060S 6x/4x/24x

Buffer Size 2 MB
Access Time 120 ms
Max Transfer Rate 8 MB/Sec
Supported Formats CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD Extra, CD-I, Mixed-Mode CD, Video CID, PhotoCD, CID TEXT, Bootable CD
Recording Modes Disc At Once, Session At Once, MultiSession, Track At Once, Packet Writing


Yamaha 6416SZ 6x/4x/16x

Buffer Size 2 MB
Access Time 160 ms
Max Transfer Rate 2.4 MB/Sec
Supported Formats CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA (both photo CD and Video CD), CD-I, CD-Digital, CD-Bridge, Audio CD, CD-Extra, Video CD
Recording Modes Disk-at-Once, Session-at-Once, Track-at-Once, Packet Writing, (Variable and Fixed), Multi-session

As you can see from the above specs, the Ricoh seems to be the faster of the two drives. Yamaha handicap is the 16x reading speed compared to Ricoh's 24x reading speed. Both the drives support the same CD formats as well as recording modes. The one thing that looked funny in the above specs is Ricoh's claimed 8 MB/sec max transfer rate. If you do the math, you will find that Ricoh's 24x reading speed allows only for a 7.2 MB/sec max transfer rate. Let's take a look at the numbers and see if the specs have any truth in them.

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Contents of Article: Various
 Pg 1.  Ricoh vs The Yamaha CD Burner
 Pg 2.  — The Specs
 Pg 3.  Test System Configuration
 Pg 4.  Packet Writing Speed

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