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Thread: a dual layer burner

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    Is the pioneer 111D a good choice for a dual layer burner.

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    im sorry to ask but what exaclty is a dual layer dvd burner?

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    i prefer benq dvd burner because of solid burn and firmware booktype settings

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    The NEc 3550a is so far the best DL burner i have owned and i have gone through about 6 brands so far and it is by far the cheapest if it is still around i own 3 of these babies and yet to get a coaster out of one of them out of about 40+ discs.

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    All 3 brands mentioned are very good.

    I have a BenQ. And my good friend has a Pioneer. We're both happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skillz808 View Post
    The NEc 3550a is so far the best DL burner i have owned and i have gone through about 6 brands so far and it is by far the cheapest if it is still around i own 3 of these babies and yet to get a coaster out of one of them out of about 40+ discs.
    Jeez Skillz, punctuation would make that much easier to read!
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnq86 View Post
    im sorry to ask but what exaclty is a dual layer dvd burner?
    Dual Layer recording allows DVD-R and DVD+R discs to store significantly more data, up to 8.5 Gigabytes per disc, compared with 4.7 Gigabytes for single-layer discs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akka View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by johnq86 View Post
    im sorry to ask but what exaclty is a dual layer dvd burner?
    Dual Layer recording allows DVD-R and DVD+R discs to store significantly more data, up to 8.5 Gigabytes per disc, compared with 4.7 Gigabytes for single-layer discs.
    That's not true. You would need DVD-R DL or DVD+R DL media for that.

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    Personally I like the LiteOn burners. I have a LTR-32123S and a LDW-811S and have found both to be excellent burners.
    Currently Im looking at this one SHM - 165H6S
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    pioneer 111D is good 4 me

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