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Thread: What Cd Burner Do You Have And How Do Like It?

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    Its been years since I have done this stuff, back when napster was around. I was looking for advice on a good cd burner that doesnt cost alot. I think theres CD/DVD burners all in one but cost more right? Or can I burn DVD's with any CD burner?

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    I have a Lite-On 52/24/52 speed burner
    cost me about 43 sterling ($70 or so) and i've had no problems with it at all

    it's pretty quick too, as this picture demonstrates

    dvd burners do cost considerably more, however, most of them will burn normal cd's too (might be all of them, but not sure).

    afaik, there's no way to burn a dvd with a standard cd burner
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    i got a mitsumi 24x about a year ago, for about 40, no problems yet

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    Originally posted by 5.7@16 July 2003 - 09:59
    Or can I burn DVD&#39;s with any CD burner?
    Nope. To burn onto a blank DVD disc, you&#39;ll need a DVD burner.

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    I have an Asus cd burner...

    24x10x40 i don&#39;t have claims about it... i meen like x52 it&#39;s like 2 much for me... i&#39;ll never burn a cd that speed... it can explode&#33; (happend b4&#33; to a friend of mine)

    it&#39;s really good&#33;

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    depends what your burning because if you were going to burn a file that is 600MB it will finish faster than if you were going to burn 600MB worth of 2MB files.

    I notice that with my sony 24x10x40. Its a really good burner and i think its fast enough. I believe the faster the burner the faster it wears out.

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    Originally posted by The Keeper@17 July 2003 - 02:20
    I have an Asus cd burner...

    24x10x40 i don&#39;t have claims about it... i meen like x52 it&#39;s like 2 much for me... i&#39;ll never burn a cd that speed... it can explode&#33; (happend b4&#33; to a friend of mine)

    it&#39;s really good&#33;
    I have the same speed, but mine&#39;s manufactured by Packard Bell. There was a problem with the ATAPI drivers at one time, but I fixed that, so it&#39;s fine, but the max I can burn is at 3.6MB/s which is quite slow when burning a full 700MB CD.

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    I&#39;ve been running a LiteOn 32x12x40 for the last year or so .. Been pretty happy with it. With the right software, it&#39;ll burn just about anything to CD.

    Pretty much all DVD burners I&#39;ve seen will also burn CD-R/RW, though usually not as fast as a &#39;normal&#39; CD-RW drive.

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    I have a Samsung 40X12X40 w/ 8 mb buffer.

    It&#39;s fast and I&#39;ve never encountered any errors after burning.

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Got an Acer 16/10/40

    I got 100 cdr&#39;s off ebay for 20.00 and most are being used to put my coffee cup on &#33;&#33;

    Not happy at all... maybe its dodgy cd&#39;s &#33;&#33;

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