Buying Guide needed: What is the BEST Writer available?

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#1

I want to buy a CD writer.

IF MONEY is no object : what is the best CD-RW writer ?

RAW/DAO/SAO/Burn Proof/Good cache/Etc....

thank you all...


#2

A 48x Lite-ON.
And it’s not to expensive either… :slight_smile:


#3

50 Pioneer DVD writers in a scsi bay , connected by your 4 Adaptec U320 SCSI pci cards.


#4

Well… let’s say then if money WAS a problem… I mean, there is a difference between 1000 dollars and 200… right Mr. Bet ?

:slight_smile:


#5

Originally posted by Anonymo
[B]Well… let’s say then if money WAS a problem… I mean, there is a difference between 1000 dollars and 200… right Mr. Bet ?

:slight_smile: [/B]

hey , you typed money is no object :slight_smile:

naah , go for the lite on then …

and if you have limitless money get this one :slight_smile:


#6

Lite ON ? Humm… In CDFreaks review, they gave the Teac model a 10/10…

I am impressed… LiteON Never had that much perfection.


#7

I was referring to Airhead’s post.

See, the perfect writer does not exist. One is better at making backup of audio cd’s , the other is better at making backup of data cd’s. Another may be better at making backup of copy protected cd’s in general.

If the review of the Teac convinced you that this writer will better suit your needs , then i’d say go for it.


#8

Okey.

But in general, if it ain’t on cd-freaks… don’t buy it… right ?


#9

Originally posted by Anonymo
[B]Okey.

But in general, if it ain’t on cd-freaks… don’t buy it… right ? [/B]

Of course


#10

must…do…what…cd-freaks…command…
disobediance… will not… be… tolorated…
:bow: