Sony CRX160E-A1 12x/8x/32x CD-RW review

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I just posted the article Sony CRX160E-A1 12x/8x/32x CD-RW review.

If you’re a hardcore computer user who wants to copy game CD’s (legally of course), rip audio CD’s, or create / burn from ISO images - snag yourself the Sony drive. The software package should be…

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#2

why do you guys always talk about burn proof and how much that is needed… i mean who actually “needs” burn proof? im like doind divx´s listening to mp3 surfing the web etc while burning at 10x on my sony crx-145e and i haven´t done a coaster yet… :slight_smile:


#3

Using the SCSI version CR-X 160S and find it to be pretty quick and well constructed. :slight_smile: