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    Hi ppl, i have been reading alot of posts about ppl bunring at like x48 and so on. i want to upgrade my burner
    and was wondering what would be the best burner to get. any sugetions please?? thanks

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    Im using a lite-on and it does a lovely little job,cheap too!

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    Originally posted by jay973@11 April 2003 - 03:39
    I didnt think they went any faster than 48x,and if so then not a lot.
    although I may be wrong................
    there is a topic in hear bout burning at x52 that woud be mint

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    Yeah sorry,as I said - I may be wrong.lol

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    check this post out

    http://www.klboard.ath.cx/bb/index.php?act...ST&f=31&t=24528

    for recommended hardwares!

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    This is the drive I recently got. I had a little trouble installing it, but now it works great. Almost always burns at 52x.

    http://www.memorex.com/products/product_di...pid=437&oid=505

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    Throw the cd onto an oil factory in Iraq and it'll burn at 10000000000000000000000x speed.
    lol It was all sadam's idea. hehe

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    do those of you who burn at those high rates of speeds find that the quality has suffered at all? I always burn my music CD's at a slow speed, for better quality, and less chance of a buffer underun

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    Originally posted by RPerry@12 April 2003 - 10:33
    do those of you who burn at those high rates of speeds find that the quality has suffered at all? I always burn my music CD's at a slow speed, for better quality, and less chance of a buffer underun
    I thought also the slower the speed the better the quality.

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