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Postby Media2007 on Tue Jul 17, 2007 4:28 am

Okay guys,I've thought it over for 2days now.I'am needing your help picking out the best IDE DVD Burner;that I can use strictly for my cd-burning?What dvd burner has the absolute best cd burning?


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Postby SithTracy on Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:26 am

Today? Probably the Pioneer DVR-112/212 drives. If you can get the Plextor PX-760, that would be good too, but the ultimate would be a CD burner, the Plextor Premium II (unfortunately it is not available in the states).
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Postby DrageMester on Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:17 am

The best CD-R burner among my drives is the NEC AD-7170A.

There's a high death rate among this series of drives in my experience however; I've had two AD-7173A dead on arrival and one AD-7173A dead after a few months of light use. The AD-7170A is the only survivor.

Note: The AD-7173A and AD-7170A have identical hardware, but the firmware in the 7173 supports Labelflash.
Pioneer DVR-112L, LiteOn SHM-165P6S, Pioneer DVR-111L, BenQ DW1655, Plextor PX-760A
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Postby Gen-An on Tue Jul 17, 2007 8:29 am

SithTracy wrote:Today? Probably the Pioneer DVR-112/212 drives. If you can get the Plextor PX-760, that would be good too, but the ultimate would be a CD burner, the Plextor Premium II (unfortunately it is not available in the states).


The Premium II has limited availability in the US. You can order directly from Plextor but you have to contact them via email and express the interest. There is a seller on ebay who has 10 available, and at least one web shop that has them: www.saitekinc.com
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Postby Ian on Tue Jul 17, 2007 10:30 am

As much as I like optical drives, I have a hard time spending $130 on a CD-RW.
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Postby Media2007 on Tue Jul 17, 2007 4:55 pm

Gen-An wrote:
SithTracy wrote:Today? Probably the Pioneer DVR-112/212 drives. If you can get the Plextor PX-760, that would be good too, but the ultimate would be a CD burner, the Plextor Premium II (unfortunately it is not available in the states).


The Premium II has limited availability in the US. You can order directly from Plextor but you have to contact them via email and express the interest. There is a seller on ebay who has 10 available, and at least one web shop that has them: www.saitekinc.com


Whao,those prices!! #-o #-o
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