I need my mystery answered, from common user expierence.
I have currently I have a Pioneer 107 drives. When burning movies, using benq disks, playback is good, works well. Is the Pioneer 108, alot better then the 107. Non review wise, from personal expierence.
When burning data, even on TY DVDS, the quality just isnt there. I cannot copy the dvd back to hard drive. Is it possible for a dvd burner to burn movies better then data.
Can someone help me get these questions answer properly.
Benq, Lq, Nec, Plextor, Pioneer, Liteon, any of these make drives which are superior for data. I mean not looking at the graphs and seeing benchmarks, but actual real life expierence, meaning the dvd will copy to hard drive fast, cause no problems.
If I was to choose, the best of the best dvd burner for data, which should I choose.
Is dvd+r ment only for data, dvd-r will not work well for data.
I have used Ty, Memorex, Prodisc, Ridata, dvd+r and dvd-r, all seems fine for movies, but so far none for data.
Is TY proven to be best, by benchmarks, graphs, or acutal real life experience, playback, usage.
I have read many reviews, on drives, but all seems different. THere seems to be no drive which feels "best" in all areas.