Pioneer DVR-112 DVD-RW Drive

Specification

Specification

The following specifications were taken from Pioneer' website:

Specifications DVR-112
Write Support
  • DVD-R (4.7GB, Ver 2.0 & 2.1 for General)
  • DVD-R DL (8.54GB, Dual Layer, Ver 3.0)
  • DVD-RW (4.7GB, Ver 1.0, 1.1 & 1.2)
  • +R (4.7GB, Ver 1.0, 1.1, 1.2 & 1.3)
  • +R DL (8.54GB Double Layer, Ver 1.0 & 1.1)
  • +RW (4.7GB, Ver 1.1, 1.2 & 1.3)
  • +RW High Speed (4.7GB, Ver 1.0)
  • DVD-RAM (4.7GB, Ver 2.0, 2.1 & 2.2 (Class0) and [RAM2(Class1)], non-cartridge versions)
  • CD-R (Type 74, 650MB & Type 80, 700MB)
  • CD-RW (including HS, US, US+)
  • Read Support
  • DVD-ROM (Single & Dual Layer, Single & Dual Sided)
  • DVD-RAM (Ver 2.0, 2.1 & 2.2 (Class0) and [RAM2(Class1)], non-cartridge version)
  • DVD-R, DVD-R DL (Dual Layer), DVD-RW
  • +R, +R DL (Double Layer), +RW
  • CD-ROM Mode 1, CD-ROM XA Mode 2 (Form 1, Form 2)
  • CD-Text, Photo-CD (Single & Multiple Session), CD-DA, CD-Extra, CD-Text, Video CD, CD-R, CD-RW (including HS, US, US+)
  • Write Speed DVD-R
  • 18x CAV (24.93 MB/sec)*
  • 16x CAV (22.16 MB/sec)*
  • 12x PCAV / Zone CLV (16.62 MB/sec)
  • 8x PCAV / Zone CLV (11.08 MB/sec)
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 2x CLV (2.77 MB/sec)
  • 1x CLV (1.385 MB/sec)

    *It is required to use a cable corresponding to U-ATA66 (80-wire conductor cable)
  • Write Speed DVD-R Dual Layer
  • 10x Zone CLV (13.85 MB/sec*
  • 8x Zone CLV (11.08 MB/sec*
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 2x CLV (2.77 MB/sec)

    *This specification describes the maximum speed in one zone
  • Write Speed DVD-RW
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 2x CLV (2.77 MB/sec)
  • 1x CLV (1.385 MB/sec)
  • Write Speed 8cm DVD-R/RW with Adapter
  • 2x CLV (2.77 MB/sec)
  • 1x CLV (1.385 MB/sec)
  • Write Speed +R
  • 18x CAV (24.93 MB/sec)*
  • 16x CAV (22.16 MB/sec)*
  • 12x PCAV / Zone CLV (16.62 MB/sec)
  • 8x PCAV / Zone CLV (11.08 MB/sec) MB/sec)
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 2.4x CLV (3.32 MB/sec)

    *It is required to use a cable corresponding to U-ATA66 (80-wire conductor cable)
  • Write Speed +R Double Layer
  • 10x Zone CLV (13.85 MB/sec*
  • 8x Zone CLV (11.08 MB/sec*
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 2.4x CLV (3.32 MB/sec)

    This specification describes the maximum speed in one zone
  • Write Speed +RW
  • 8x Zone CLV (11.08 MB/sec)
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (5.54 MB/sec)
  • 3.3x CLV (4.57 MB/sec)
  • 2.4x CLV (3.32 MB/sec)
  • Write Speed DVD-RAM
  • 12x PCAV (16.62 MB/sec)
  • 8x PCAV (11.08 MB/sec)
  • 6x CLV (8.31 MB/sec)
  • 5x CLV (6.92 MB/sec)
  • 3x CLV (4.15 MB/sec)
  • 2x CLV (2.77 MB/sec)
  • Write Speed CD-R
  • 40x CAV (6.00 MB/sec)
  • 32x PCAV / Zone CLV (4.80 MB/sec)
  • 24x PCAV / Zone CLV (3.60 MB/sec)
  • 16x CLV (2.40 MB/sec)
  • 10x CLV (1.50 MB/sec)
  • 4x CLV (0.60 MB/sec)
  • Write Speed CD-RW
  • 32x Zone CLV (4.80 MB/sec) (US+)
  • 24x Zone CLV (3.60 MB/sec) (US and US+)
  • 20x Zone CLV (3.00 MB/sec) (US)
  • 16x CLV (2.40 MB/sec) (US and US+)
  • 10x CLV (1.50 MB/sec) (HS and US)
  • 4x CLV (0.60 MB/sec) (Normal and HS)
  • Write Speed 8cm CD-R/RW with Adapter 4x CLV (0.60 MB/sec)
    Read Speed DVD-ROM (Single Layer) Max. 16x CAV (22.16 MB/sec)
    Read Speed DVD-ROM (Dual Layer) Max. 12x CAV (16.62 MB/sec)
    Read Speed DVD-Video
    (with CSS, Single / Dual Layer)
    Max. 5x CAV (6.925 MB/sec)
    Read Speed DVD-RAM 12x PCAV (16.62 MB/sec)
    Read Speed DVD-R, DVD-R Dual Layer, DVD-RW Max. 12x CAV (16.62 MB/sec), Max. 8x CAV (11.08 MB/sec), Max. 8x CAV (11.08 MB/sec)
    Read Speed +R, +R Double Layer, +RW Max. 12x CAV (16.62 MB/sec), Max. 8x CAV (11.08 MB/sec), Max. 8x CAV (11.08 MB/sec)
    Read Speed 8cm DVD-ROM DVD-R/RW DVD Video with Adapter Max. 3.4x CAV (4.70 MB/sec)
    Read Speed CD-ROM Max. 40x CAV (6.00 MB/sec)
    Read Speed CD-R Max. 40x CAV (6.00 MB/sec), Max. 32x CAV (4.80 MB/sec)
    Read Speed 8cm CDROM CDR/RW CDDA with Adapter Max. 6.1x CAV (0.91 MB/sec)
    Read Speed CD-DA CD-TEXT Mixed CD CD-Extra (Play audio) Max. 9.3x CAV (1.39 MB/sec)
    Read Speed CD-DA CD-TEXT Mixed CD CD-Extra (Data extraction) Max. 40x CAV (6.00 MB/sec)
    Read Speed Video-CD Max. 9.3x CAV (1.39 MB/sec)
    Access Time DVD-ROM 130 msec (Random Average)
    Access Time DVD-RAM 210 msec (Random Average)
    Access Time CD 120 msec (Random Average)
    Interface ATA/ATAPI-7, SFF-8090
    IDE Data Transfer Mode PIO Mode 4, Multi Word DMA Mode 2, Ultra DMA Mode 2, Ultra DMA Mode 4 (Ultra-DMA66)*

    It is required to use a cable corresponding to U-ATA66 (80-wire conductor cable)
    Data Buffer 2 MB
    Mounting Orientation Horizontal and Vertical (+/- 5 degrees)

    *80mm discs cannot be used when the drive is vertically mounted. The case remains even when an adapter is used.
    Power Requirement +5V 1.4A
    +12V 0.85A (Average during 18x CAV DVD-R writing process)
    Power Consumption 17.2W (Average during 18x DVD-R CAV writing process)
    Regulatory Approval UL60950-1 First Edition, CSA C22.2 No.60950-1-03, EN60950-1:2001+A11, CB Report: IEC60950-1:2001, FIMKO, SEMKO (Optional)
    Dimensions (W x H x D) mm (Including height of Front Bezel) 148 x 42.3 x 180
    Net Weight 0.9 kg

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    Most Recent Comments

    17-01-2007, 10:59:56

    FarFarAway
    Blu-Ray is in the news a lot recently so we thought we'd best take a look at it!

    Pioneer kindly sent us the BDR-101A to take a look at

    Link

    17-01-2007, 11:27:46

    FragTek
    Cool preview Kemp, good work.

    17-01-2007, 12:03:07

    Rastalovich
    Kemp, how are the files stored on the discs ? I mean as opposed to the regular DVD format of VIDEO_ folder with vital stuffs in it etc.

    If it`s the same/similar, I don`t see why the resolutions are limited.

    17-01-2007, 13:17:02

    FarFarAway
    Well I actually meant on movie discs mate rather than the burned versions

    17-01-2007, 13:29:24

    PP Mguire
    You say lack of movies but arent their moveis in the stores that are blu-ray?

    17-01-2007, 13:31:40

    FarFarAway
    Pardon? Of course there are movies. WTH are you on about?

    17-01-2007, 13:35:05

    PP Mguire
    Nvm i get what your saying now. Sorry. I thought you where saying no movies to playback, not no playback software.

    17-01-2007, 13:35:33

    FarFarAway
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by name='PP Mguire'
    Nvm i get what your saying now. Sorry. I thought you where saying no movies to playback, not no playback software.
    Ahhhhh

    Confuzzled me there for a minute

    17-01-2007, 13:38:10

    PP Mguire
    Yea me to, had to go back to the link to re-read. Whooooops

    17-01-2007, 13:46:38

    MikeEnIke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by name='PP Mguire'
    Yea me to, had to go back to the link to re-read. Whooooops
    Good write up. Nice to see a quick little review.

    17-01-2007, 13:55:39

    FarFarAway
    Glad ya liked it mate

    17-01-2007, 14:48:15

    dave87
    Shame someone had to help him with the mathematics

    Nice preview tho Kemp

    17-01-2007, 14:53:36

    FarFarAway
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by name='dave87'
    Shame someone had to help him with the mathematics :P

    Nice preview tho Kemp
    What who?

    OKok, Dave and Llwyd helped me understand the maths...well: jog my crusty old mind
    Reply
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