Jaydee 123, Iâ€™m sorry to be contributing (on a our private chat), to your doubts about the Px-708a. Let me explain: In my opinion a 2 sheep burner will burn any Safedisc 2/3 protected cd successfully without any emulation. A 1:1 copy. This is very hard to achieve, especially with the latest versions, e.g. safedisc 3.15. As I recall it, â€˜Red Alert 2â€™ (SD 2.51) started the â€œraceâ€: When this game came out it really killed plextors good reputation. Plextor did overcome this protection with their newer drives but almost every time macrovision did release a new version of sd, the plexis were behind again. The liteons and the asus drives were much better to overcome these protections. Properly due to their mediatek chipsets. Today even liteys and asus got problems with the newest sd protections. Thereâ€™s properly not many devices that is able to make 1:1 copys of the newest sd 2/3 protections. I did some tests with the px-708A (priates of the Caribbean sd 2.9) and wasnâ€™t impressed. The copy failed in 4 out of 6 drives if I recall correct. The same test with my litey failed only in 1 drive, the px-708a!! These test were done with alcohol 120% without ews enabled. This doesnâ€™t mean the drive is useless, youâ€™ll just need some kind of emulation to get the job done. But to me the px-708a I definitely not a 2 sheep burner.
To all the experts out there, please correct me if Iâ€™m wrong.