What burner would you suggest?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by boske, May 6, 2002.

  1. boske

    boske Guest

    I am looking for a burner and right now i think im going to get the TDK Velo...any suggestions?
  2. dreamliner77

    dreamliner77 The Analog Kid

    Red Sox Nation
    One word:

  3. boske

    boske Guest

  4. SessedOut

    SessedOut Guest

    It pretty much depends on what your need are. The TDK veloCD is aimed at audio ripping while the Plextor Plexwriter is aimed at overall burning. Right now at CompUSA there are 40x Write Plexwriters for $160, about the same price as a 32x Write veloCD. Of course, there are better deals from websites, but if you want superb all-around burning and a drive that can read just about any type of disc then get Plextor. That's what I'm saving for.

  5. boske

    boske Guest

    ok, thats two plextors...
  6. Kuja

    Kuja OSNN Addict

    PLEXTOR 40X !!!!!! ALL THE WAY!!!!!!!!!!:D

    great burner.... :D
  7. Bryan

    Bryan Guest

  8. pc_tek

    pc_tek Guest

    plextors are good burners..with out a doubt. No need to spend that kind of money though. I bought a Lite-On 24x burner. It is a great burner that is very very affordable and gets good reviews. If something is copy right protected, you can just use different softare (example: CloneCD) and copy it without a hitch.

    My 2 cents!
  9. boske

    boske Guest

  10. dijital

    dijital Guest

    thats not a bad price at all. i'd agree go with plextor. never had any problems with mine.
  11. Terrahertz

    Terrahertz Extinction Agenda Political User Folding Team

    New York
    I have a plexwriter 40/12/40a. Life is good:D
  12. rickang

    rickang Guest

    I thot Lite On is a subsidy of Plextor... Their drives are very similar in built... Anyway, Both looks good... My bro's plextor n mines a Lite On 32/10/40. Burns a 700MB disc in less than 5 mins.... Power to both!
  13. pc_tek

    pc_tek Guest

  14. JJB6486

    JJB6486 Retired Mod Political User

    West Lafayette, IN, USA
    I like my Samsung 24x10x40 with SuperLink (its a different trademark name for buffer-underrun prorection)