Difference between a Matshita UJ240AS or UJ240AF?

Hi,

Could somebody please tell me the difference between a Matshita UJ240AS or UJ240AF?

What´s the letters means?

Thank you

[QUOTE=hugog3011;2679674]Hi,

Could somebody please tell me the difference between a Matshita UJ240AS or UJ240AF?

What´s the letters means?

Thank you[/QUOTE]

But regardless Matshita are bad drives to own in the first place if your going to do burns of any kind. They have had a bad track record of making and clean and good burns. Are you sure they at Matshita drivers to begin with? So you have a link to those drives?

[QUOTE=hugog3011;2679674]Hi,

Could somebody please tell me the difference between a Matshita UJ240AS or UJ240AF?

What´s the letters means?

Thank you[/QUOTE]
At means that one should be at the bottom, and the other should be twirled vigorously to set the other on fire.
Once you get a red glow, you should put a little fine tinder(hay) and Blue on it to build a better fire.

Seriously, burners from Matshita are rubbish.

[QUOTE=hugog3011;2679674]Hi,

Could somebody please tell me the difference between a Matshita UJ240AS or UJ240AF?
[B]
What´s the letters means?[/B]

Thank you[/QUOTE]

There is no real explanation available about the naming differences…
It could have to do something within the hw revisions aswell as the OEM tactics.

And to tie up with old rumours:
Matshita drives are notoriously rubbish, [U]but not all of them[/U].
I once “created” that description “MatSHITa” over in rpc1 forum, and it still has its purpose. :wink: