Ricoh to release their own Burnproof

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I just posted the article Ricoh to release their own Burnproof….

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Ricoh in particular, has a new model on the horizon which boasts more competitive specs. They have just announced the MP9120A, which features 12x write, 10x re-write, 32x…

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#2

if that’s true give me one
but what does it cost???
It’s all in one


#3

Hehe… let me guess…

about $300


#4

Is it indeed superior towards Plextor?

We’ll wait and see.

Sure it has great advantage incorporating DVD-ROM and a slightly better own patented version of Burn-Proof (JUST-LINK) but does it support RAW-DAO mode writing?
Does it support Overburning.

When these features would be incorporated then we can speak of a true Plextor killer until then it roels…but in second place…

StevieB from Romstore…


#5

Can anybody tell me why plextor only uses the ‘burnproof’ feature on the IDE model and not on any SCSI drive ?
Is it that hard to have a buffer underrun with scsi ?


#6

Plextor is coming out with a 12/10/32 scsi burn-proof drive this winter…

You just have to wait for the first drive to come…


#7

Even though my Plextor 12/10/32A supports burnproof… a lot of software that I regularly use does not support burnproof. Still, I have made no coasters… although in these cases I do not attempt to stress the system.

It’s too bad that we cannot have one standard and Ricoh confuses things by coming out with their own - now all the software companies have to support another one… and many haven’t got around to supporting burnproof yet.


#8

The Plextor 12/10/32A like StevieB said roels. The only place I disagree with StevieB is the Plextor is #1 all the way, especially when combined with Kenwood True-X 72. 80 copys and not 1 coaster all while on the net.


#9

Fuck burnproof!

scsi dont need burnproof. any decent pci scsi card will never alow buffer-underrun.
so we dont need it.

burn-proof is good on ide drives but only a sucker would try to pirate there warez with an atapi job!

my last drive was a yam(scsi)
my next drive will be a plex(scsi)

I WILL NEVER USE IDE AND I WILL NEVER HAVE A BUFFER UNDERRUN!


#10

Ummm, gee, I use and IDE cd-rw and gee, I never have buffer underrun probs…In fact, I’ve only made about 10 coasters in 3 1/2 years of burning…so ya can stick yer scsi crap. If ya know what yer doing…either is just as good…


#11

question; is there a descent reason to wait for a scsi plex 12x10x32x ? because I have everything on scsi (hd,cdrom)


#12

Hehe… I don’t have any buffer underrun probs with my Sony CRX100e…