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Which CDRW is good?

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  • DVD Writers
  • Asus
  • Liteon
  • Compatibility
  • Storage
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November 23, 2002 11:38:28 AM

I want to buy a 40X or 48X rewriter. I am now looking for Asus and Liteon. Which one is good in terms of copying ability, stability, compatibility and durability?

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November 23, 2002 12:52:33 PM

Yamaha and Plextor make very good CDRW drives.
November 23, 2002 2:58:40 PM

i love my brand new LG 40X writer, I have burned full 700 MB CDs in 2 mins and 10 seconds. I believe it also supports CD text
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November 23, 2002 5:13:11 PM

I've had good luck with my lite-ons and my older 16x yamaha stil performs fine the 48x lite-on is available at newegg.com for less than 60.00 USD inc shipping it is with out doubt the performance \ price leader these days

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November 24, 2002 9:53:38 AM

I have had no problems out of my Yamahas.....:) 

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November 24, 2002 11:50:37 AM

Yup, get a Lite-On, definitely.

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November 27, 2002 1:45:37 AM

Yep. 48x24x48x Liteon here. It rocks.
Cheap. Fast. Quiet. Reliable. Burns Copy Protected games (for backups!). Burns fast on slow rated media.

What more could i want?

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December 21, 2002 3:02:35 PM

You will not regret in trying YAMAHA
December 21, 2002 3:17:30 PM

Lite On 48x burner is pretty great from what i hear.. what makes it an even better deal besides it's very nice PRice Tag... is that you can upgrade the firmware to make it a 52X drive which is nice

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December 24, 2002 7:13:40 PM

the best cd writer around is asus crw-4816A its for abt$100
but if u dodn't have a dvd yet u can get a combo lg GCC-4320B its just for 102 bucks u get a dvd and crw for a good price .
December 24, 2002 10:13:41 PM

I got 48.7x (7,305KB/s) at full 700 mb burn with the 48x Lite-On with no firmware upgrade and using a 20x rated no name cheap CDR :smile:

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December 26, 2002 4:14:14 AM

yeah. its pretty good.
I get 40x or 48x burns with my 48x24x48x using emtec 700Mb 1-16x certified media, and full 48x using TDK gold.

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December 27, 2002 11:25:23 AM

Here is a very informative site on CDRWs:
http://www.cdrlabs.com/reviews/

I have a LITEON 48X24X48 and one of the major features that it can do is full CAV writing (Constant Angular Velocity) the Asus 52X24X52 has this feature too. Don't get a drive that only does CLV writing (Constant Linear Velocity) such as the Asus 40X12X48.
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