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Thread: What speed burner do you have?




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    would this new type of cd technology require a new burner?

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    Yes as it is the burner that has the technology built into it. :smokin:
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    :cry: :cry: :cry:

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    I just got a 8/4/32 Philips drive. Works great for what I do--backups of my stuff.

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    Abinus, it turns out that I was not having any real problems with the SD2 disks. What I was having a problem with was my old Compaq DVD player and HP 9700 series CDRW. Neither of them would properly read the backups that I made, but both my LiteOn DVD player and CDRW had no problems. They work fine. Turns out all the fuss was for naught. :smokin:

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    RICOH MP 7063 6x 4x 32, and it works just fine with all my backups :D

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    HP 8100i, 4x write, 2x re-write, 24x read.
    However, it can only effectively write at 2x - 4x gives buffer underruns! Slow as stoned sloth (up to 40 mins per cd!), but works just fine. Got it back in 1997 when "cd-writers" (heh) were as elusive to find (and expensive to purchase) as dvd+rw is today.
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    I have a TDK 32x, TDK 24x, TDK12x, and a Philips 8x. As you can see I am big TDK Fan, never had a problem out of them.

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    I have a TDK 12/10/32a, which at $59us (after rebates), was a great deal a year ago. I looking to upgrade this year to a TDK 32 or 40.
    You can't beat the TDK for price/quality.
    The drive has never made a coaster (did have some due to bad media someone gave me)

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    Sony CRX145e (i think) 10x
    Vewry fun. Dont burn alot anymore thou. Music fer the car and games.

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