Buying a new cdrom-dvdrom

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#1

im gonna buy another dvdr om and cd rom cause i made the mistake last time and bougt one that didnt support reading audio sectors so ye was angry at that i dunno wann do same misatke
i found a page on clonecd site that displays all cdroms readers and theer capablitles
i cant find i anymore if any1 knows how to get there
or any1 knows another site liek that please tell me
thankyou very much


#2

point , comma’s and proper grammer are total strangers i assume ?

anyhoo , you can find lots of info about the different cd writers in the different cdfreaks fora.

on the site of www.elby.de you can find all the info on clonecd.


#3

was tired
no u didnt get me
i meant dvdroms or cdroms
NOT cd writers


#4

by audio sectors , you mean that the reader is cabable of doing Digital Audio Extracting ?

an A-Open 52 speed is a good option for that one , though it tends to have reading troubles.

I have a Toshiba DVD-rom player here and it reads everything fine , the DAE is average on it.


#5

is theer a site wheer it can tell me which cdroms dvd roms read audio and data subchannel
for example in clonecd how u choose sub channel data some cdroms and dvdroms dont read that now im goign to buy a cd rom that does support that but i dunno wat does i need like a site that tells me
any1 know one?


#6

The Plextor40TS reads everything, but it’s a scsi.

PS. if you re-read your replies, do you still understand what you said? You won’t kill your keyboard when using the “,” “.” keys or capitals. They would make it a lot easier to us.


#7

Besides the Ultraplex,there is hardly a drive that does all perfectly…the Ultraplex is expensive,but IMHO it’s the best cdrom available…
If you’re mainly interested to backup your protected audiocd’s,but not into SCSI,you can try Mitsumi FX5401W1A,this 1 can read Cactus Data Shield 200 and Key2Audio…


#8

cool. do u guys know a site where it views all specs all the drives.
i dont want to spend too much money.
see im using full stops now :slight_smile:


#9

Here you can find testing results for most drives
(and choose the fastest/cheapest)
http://www.cdspeed2000.com/

I like your full stops :wink: