Originally Posted by JimP
When you release you pattern disc, how exactly does it stay in synch with the software. Seems that with 4000 reads, you would at some point run into a synch issue.
well technically not. Ted has run tests and has had no problems with VERY LONG profile runs, i.e. around 10 hours as he was testing the longer DIP time settings.
the synch is very simple, LS moves on to read each new pattern in a time frame the user can specify and you have to choose the corresponding interval in Ted's disc, e.g. 6s per pattern.
The only thing that you - as a user - have to trigger manually correctly is the start sync. That's it.
Now, I've tested Ted's disc way back in Jan and I ran into a sync issue with my PS3. Over the long time frame it did not keep sync, but that was a hardware issue on my end. Either my PS3 "slows down" over time or maybe there was read error that threw everything off, who knows. I will try again soon w/ the K10 as the time frame is much less.
Another great thing about the disc, you can also rip the m2ts files and use them to perfectly calibrate your media players, if you wish to.