If they have the same launch angle, yes, the faster ball will hit the table sooner.
Whether the second bounce will be lower is much more complicated. If two shots have the same incidence angle as it hits the table, then the faster, spinnier one should kick more and bounce lower. However, there's no reasonable way for us to measure the incidence angle without some expensive equipment, and the the angle will change based on how you hit the ball and which rubber you hit it with.
What all this amounts to is basically I don't think you can say the D09C is spinner just by seeing how high it bounces. I think the most reliable realistic way to judge a rubber's looping ability is still the most unscientific one--how reliable are your loops landing, and how "heavy" does your opponent's loop feel when you block him as he uses that rubber vs the comparison? Consistency x power (speed + spin) = wins, after all, if everything else is the same.