I have to decide between these 2. Bought both one must go back.
CDinfo.com stated, as one of the positives in conclusion, that the TEAC has a built in fan. The Lite-on did not have such benefit of incl. fan in their review.
At 24x burning speed it there heat build-up?? I have the CD-RW directly above the CDROM on my computer.
Lite-on has alot of positive reviews in this forum but alot of questions and problems also. TEAC, at least their 24x burner (i.e.mine is made by Cendyne) is absent from mention of problems? Perhaps the TEAC is more stable… or less popular???Any advice between the 2??
TEAC comes with NERO, Lite-on comes with basically a no name burnware and trial ware.
Since the TEAC comes with NERO. it should work with ease and designed with such software in mind. Should I be concerned on keeping a burner without a good burner program… or will any program work on a burner.
I have read here that Clone CD is tops, but many swear by NERO also. I want easy to use software. Mostly music from MP3’s and some PS burns as well are the use. BOth work with SD2