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Old Aug 21, 2002, 12:57 AM
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Yeah, what wilt said..........I will read more carefully next time
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Old Aug 21, 2002, 03:42 AM
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Well just to add my 2p here your all saying how will it burn the second layer deeper layer without affecting the first shallow layer, well the simple answer is you start at the deepest layer and work out.

As for dye's etc I suspect if you do see them that the RW version of it will come out first.
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Old Aug 21, 2002, 07:49 AM
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[i]Originally posted by Kaizerboy [/i]
[B]For the record :

To be able to write to a dvd9 the writer would need a new kind of laser that could burn the 2nd layer without affecting the 1st layer, at this minute in time it's not possible but even if it was the cost of the writer would probably be triple that of a standard writer. [/B]
Is that all??? A standard writer today costs what? $300? I woulnd't mind spending $1000 for DVD-9 technology. That would be nice.
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Old Aug 21, 2002, 08:05 PM
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Give them a year or two....you'll be doing direct DVD copies.
I don't know all the in's and out's of DVD technology.
But i do think that it is possible to make DVD9 writers.

They press the 2 layers together because it's impossible to press 1 layer through the other.
But burning with a laser, this is a different kettle of fish.

They can control a laser's in other areas, to only effect specific items.
e.g in eye laser technology they can shine a laser through your eye ball and correct any damage to your cornea with out any effect to the rest of your eye that it passes through.

This is a loose example of how a laser can be used to alter something behind different layers.
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Old Aug 21, 2002, 08:36 PM
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Your ****ogy does not apply. In laser eye surgery, the laser never passes through your eye. It literally cuts through anything it passes. They cut a flap in your eye, correct your vision, then replace the flap.
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Old Sep 02, 2002, 04:56 PM
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Oh Sh1t.....forget that idea then.

Arrrrrggggghhhhhhhh........I'm blind
 

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