LG burners do a very good job of burning all the quality media I use. As Mike said, go for it. Just be aware that scanning and fast ripping are not an option. Also some LGs have a problem burning -R 16X media at 12X. Lastly, they will not bitset +RW media.
Damm… and i really thought it will be 4700mb space…
Is the burners in the links are the same?
And there will be any different between the quality of an 4.7 DVD data disc that i burn to the normal cd-r 700 mb data disc?
And the same question about 8.5 GB DL…
I burn my AVI. files on CD’s and I sometimes take the CD and watch my AVI. files… from the cd(it was in CD-R)
Will i be able to do that with a DVD-+R?? and there is any chance that the AVI. files quality will be damaged because of the fact that its burn on a DVD-+R CD?
Yes, they are the same. There is only one LG GSA-4167B. Check the model number on the label, it should be GSA-4167B as shown in the photo below. It may say Product of Korea or Product of China in the corner; that doesn’t matter.
No, bytes are bytes and files are files. A data DVD is no different from a data CD from the point of view of reading files [only about 6.5 times larger]. You put bytes in, you get the same bytes out.
No, they won’t be damaged or lower quality, for the same reason as 2. Your computer will read the same AVI files from DVDs. Each DVD will fit six or seven of CD-sized video files.
P.S. 240 NIS is a good price for this drive, buy it. How much of that is tax?