[QUOTE=Albert;2745513]I am not sure how to answer, because:
-Samsung and LG are still focused on half-height DVDRW drives
-LiteOn may not release many new models (if any) since they have lost interest in the optical drive market. (LiteOn also produces HP and Plextor drives, as well as deals with any lieftover Optiarc parts, & is TEAC’s usual OEM.)
-Pioneer uses QSI for its DVDRW drives. QSI has decent DVDRW drives, but I don’t know if QSI’s drives would be better than Pioneer’s own BDRE drives
-Matshita only does slim drives, so they do not matter in this discussion.
…And I know of no other DVDRW drive producer.
The first question I must ask: [B]what drives are available to you[/B]? That will influence my real answer.
But my generic answer follows…
[B]If you must have a DVDRW drive[/B] (not a Bluray drive):
Old NEC/Optiarc drives would be okay. So maybe the AD-7280 or AD-5280. Some AD-5280S drives are made SPECIFICALLY for duplicators, so it might work. Those 5280S drives may not be the best for writing to CD-R/RW, unfortunately. 7280S might be okay.
The Plextor 891SAW is very similar in quality to those Optiarc drives, because it is built by LiteOn using Optiarc’s technology – like a newer 7280S.
Then maybe LiteOn’s iHAS drives come next as my suggestion. (Plextor and HP drives will be a rebadge of the iHAS drives.)
Samsung’s SH-224DB seems okay, as a third option. Or any half-height Samsung DVDRW drive released in recent years.
Pioneer’s DVR-221 (rebadged QSI) and LG’s GH24NSB0 would be next. If you found any older LG or Pioneer drives, they would be better.
[B]If you can afford to buy BDRE drives[/B], I would prefer a Pioneer BDR-209/208/207 or LG BH16/WH16/BH14/WH14/BH12/WH12 over any of the DVDRW drives.[/QUOTE]
Thanks For Answer. Everything Is Availble Because I Can Import Everything
So From What You Said
The Plextor 891SAW IS The Best Duplication Grade DVD Writer ?
Am I Right?