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Old Jan 20, 2002, 08:48 PM
DC Fisherman DC Fisherman is offline
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i use a iomege zip cd 12x4x32, so far i haven't have any problem with it. i am not sure about should i get a 32x burner, because i haven't seen any disc support 32x yet.
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Old Jan 20, 2002, 11:02 PM
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If you want some 32x cd's, go to CompUSA, they have them, just saw them today. But if you're going to get a 32x burner, I suggest you get a 24x, much cheaper, but if you wanna keep up to technology, just go for the 32x, but I suggest a 24x.
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Old Jan 20, 2002, 11:48 PM
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I'm using my sony 8x4x32 and never had problems. Worked with any software using but right now I wouldnt recommend buying this (its not like its on the store shelves too cause its too old probally) becaise you can get a 24x real cheap now adays.
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Old Jan 21, 2002, 02:53 AM
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plextor 8/4/32a. i love this thing. i use adapte ez cd creator 3. something. i have 5 deluxe but don't like it.
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Old Jan 21, 2002, 05:52 AM
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Default Ricoh Rulez !!!!

Ricoh MP 7040A 4x 4x 32x

Bloody Bewtiful Mate !!!!

slow ? depends what you need but it is cheap, reliable and makes perfect DC backups every time !!!!

Burners are much more expensive here in Oz compared to US and Europe from the sounds of things !!!!
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Old Jan 21, 2002, 01:23 PM
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hi..

gotta agree with blanes...ricoh are the mutts nuts!

ricoh mp7083a 8x8x32..had it about 9 months, it's a top notch burner!!..compatible with cdrecord, nero, dj, cdrwin, blindread/write, clonecd and burns most stuff...dc, pc, psx, audio, vcd, etc. without too much trouble....before that i had a ricoh mp7060a 6x4x24..lasted about 14 months then died, just out of warranty...grrr...my own fault really...it's not a good idea to burn 15cdr...one after the other using said burner to both read and write! (only got a 4gig hdd)...thewy tend to get very hot!..but it did write atleast 1100cdr!..(<<m4d4it<< ;-).many of which (200 aprox) were coasters, but in most cases down to f**kups on my part and not the burner itself!

i guess that most writers will burn most stuff....u may have to mess about but there's allways a way round a problem!


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