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Help Me Buy A CD Reader for Use with Clone CD

Postby BillyGoat on Wed Dec 31, 1969 11:18 pm

I want to buy a new CD ROM drive to complement my new 24X Samsung Burner. I plan to use Clone CD. I live in India and I have limited choices in here. I want to be able to copy protected cds and general cds (using on the fly copying). From among the choices I have.....

Acer 52X and 56X
ASUS 50X
Creative 52X
LG 52X
Samsung 52X
Sony 52X

I want you ppl to suggest me which do I go for from among these. I specifically want to be able to do SD2 copying on the fly.
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Postby Han on Wed Dec 31, 1969 11:18 pm

Why don't you consider a DVD-ROM instead? Toshiba and Lite-On drives skip errors quite quickly...

Search CDR-Info for more details since they are more CloneCD addicted site. :wink:
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I Dont have an option for a DVD ROM drive

Postby BillyGoat on Wed Dec 31, 1969 11:19 pm

I don't have an option for a DVD ROM Drive as I can't afford it at the moment. :(
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Postby skyline on Wed Dec 31, 1969 11:19 pm

go with Creative 52X .........that's a great cd rom..... or get a dvdrom... pioneer dvd......buy it here....it's kidda cheap www.nexthardwareshop.com
hopefully it's work...
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Postby Bandiet on Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:08 am

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Re: I Dont have an option for a DVD ROM drive

Postby eliminator on Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:25 am

BillyGoat wrote:I don't have an option for a DVD ROM Drive as I can't afford it at the moment. :(


Yes you can - if u live in USA !...Fry's got EPO 16x40 @ $35 :o (with mail-in rebate) 8)
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Postby OBI-WAN on Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:25 am

:P I would go with either the afreey 56x If you can get it, or Creative 52x
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Postby eliminator on Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:57 am

Asus 52x beats everything out there 8)
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Postby BoGMan1a on Thu Jan 01, 1970 4:28 am

Try the Toshiba SD-M1612 DVD-ROM. My system came with one set with the 16X40X speeds by the firmware(x806) but it outdid any of the 16x48x DVD-ROM readers that I tried to replace it with (liteon,btc, and pioneer) so I just kept it. I recommended it to a friend who found it on the 'net for $39 plus shipping (about $51 total) and he raves about it. No software or cables there, but there is plenty of free stuff out there if you look.
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ASUS A7N8X deluxe
AMD Athlon XP2500
1Gb PC3200
6600GT AGP
BENQ 1620
NEC 3500AG
Lite-on 52246S
Lite-on LTC-48161H
1 Tb of internal HDD space
750+ Gb external storage
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Postby forbjok on Mon Nov 25, 2002 6:31 am

does the Creative 52x fully support correct efm encoding of regular bit patterns?
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