LG 20NS10 Vs Optiarc 7200S

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#1

While I was always liked LG’s it seems that this Optiarc looks good.


#2

TDK 16x colored. Both writers sees it as 18x.






#3

:eek:






#4

Imation branded.






#5

Burn Out branded.






#6

Maxell branded.






#7

Fujifilm branded.






#8

:Z
Tuffdisc branded.






#9

The latest burns shows that the quality isn’t media/speed unrelated.


#10

Philips branded.






#11

Philips.






#12

Thanks for taking the time to test these two drives. :clap::clap:

Your findings with the Optiarc drive is pretty much the same as mine and many others on the forum. The Optiarc handles a lot of media very well, even some of the poorer quality stuff. :cool:


#13

I first tried the 7173A before some time and I took it back because it gave me some strange results. One show I am doing for the moment for a local TV Station it plays on air directly from the DVD. That’s the best test I can think of. And LG’s almost never gave me problems. The last trailer I gave out was burned with 7200S. It was fine.
P.S. When I close the port drive it makes some strange noise like a plastic spinning. Is that the case with your also, Dee?
P.S.2 For me a good drive is the drive that burns at lower speeds as well. And I tested Pio 212, Samsung 203, Liteon 20A1S, LG 62N, LG 20 NS10 and this one which seems to be the best but for the moment.


#14

Sony.






#15

Sony colored.






#16

At least with CD/DVD Speed 7200S outperforms 20NS10.

DL+ Tests will follow. Keep an eye. :wink:

After those I will focus on burning media I always use as TY and Verbs in many speeds.


#17

DL+ printable. :eek:






#18

Following the TRT’s for both burns.

1st 7200S.

2nd 20NS10.

Both TRT’s are almost perfect in contrary with the burns.




#19

I am trying also the RITEK D03 but 7200S doesn’t recognize it!
Only the LG!


#20

LG here as Optiarc refuses to write to it!