Lite-On selects LSI Logic DMN-8600 for feature-rich DVD recorder

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Lite-On leverages
LSI Logic’s DMN-8600 to develop first DVD recorder with DV/FireWire capability
for suggested retail price of $ 299
Quality Lite-On DVD recorder available
now…

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A -r/rw format would be nice!! Maybe even a dual format…:g

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[edited by G@M3FR3@K on 02.12.2003 10:14]

A -r/rw format would be nice!! Maybe even a dual format…:g

Why do you want DVD-R(W) support? +R(W) is all you need :d

I don’t know… Maybe for devices that can’t read DVD+R/W?!!

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[edited by G@M3FR3@K on 02.12.2003 10:13]

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[edited by G@M3FR3@K on 02.12.2003 10:14]

Most newer DVD players support DVD+R(W) media. Besides, the +R(W) format is much better for video than the -R(W)

-r/-rw is cheaper, why do i need an expesive disc to record crap off tv, why does anyone care which format i choose, if my format is’nt as widely used as the popular that’s my choice, beside the person just stated “A -r/rw format would be nice!! Maybe even a dual format” :d