One doubt!

vbimport

#1

Hi from Spain!!.I´m decided to buy the Nec ND-3500A, but there is one thing that make me doubt: I have read a lot of posts about the continuous writer buffer underruns while it´s burning (buffer level drops to 7% sometimes!!!).
My PC is some old and I´m afraid that those buffer dances affect the recording quality.If we assumes that the PC is in perfect conditions to record (DVD-Writer as master,DMA activated,HD defragmentated,…) then why has the DVD-writer those continuous and strong buffer movements or more properly speaking what can you say about this?.
Waiting your answer thank you very much!!!

system

Pentium III 666 Mhz (Devil Processor :a )
Mobo Jetway 993AN ( VIA VT82C693A Apollo Pro 133)
HD Seagate Barracuda 80 GB,Ultra ATA/100,7200 rpm
384 MB SDRAM PC 133
NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Model 64 (32MB)
Creative SB Live! 5.1
Acer CRW 1832A (10x8x32)
TOSHIBA CD-ROM XM-6702B
NEC DV-5800C


#2

This was told almost 100x … it’s because AOPC a feature of the burner that increases the burn quality on some crap discs as it slows the burning down if necessary and prevents a coaster.


#3


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AOPC is also detailed in the Mad Dog MD-16XDVD9 review.
Have a read :wink:


#4

Wesociety: I skiped that part of the review… Now I know where should I refer others if they ask this question again :slight_smile: