Whats the best burner

vbimport

#1

Ill be investing into a cd burner soon and im leaning towards a yamaha model (either IDE or SCSI). A while back i heard a rumor that a particular yamaha madel could burn dreamcast games, any truth to this? Thanks everyone,

Later


#2

I think you should go for plextor scsi.

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#3

Plextor rulez in cd’r world, if you got the money, buy a plex 8/2/32 because it’s supported by clone cd, otherwhise buy a plex IDE 8/4/32


#4

in my opinion there are 3 brands:

  • teac
  • plextor
  • yamaha

BUT!!! watch out for a new burner from Sanyo. this 12 speed burner supports burnproof which makes it ‘impossible’ to run in to buffer-underruns during the burn. so if you want my advise…get this sanyo 12 speed scsi burner.
how doesn’t want to do burning at 12 speed without the possibility to screw up any disc due to buffer under runs…
prices start at around 300 US dollars (www.alternate.de <— about 620 deutsch marks)

if anyone got experiences with this burner then please post them


#5

I’d go plextor all the way, they rule!

Djewst


#6

now problem with my hp 8100 serie, but if you have the money you should go for the scsi,

JUST DON’T BUY A PHILIPS, ONES BURNED THREE CDS AFTER EACH OTHER AND THE THING WAS GONE!!!


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#7

i gotta agree with almost everyone about plextors, but i have a yamaha crw4416 scsi, among other drives, and it’s held its own so far. also, it is NOT true that you can burn dreamcast games with ANY burner. the dreamcast uses a proprietary 1 GB format disc that is also unreadable by most cdrom drives.


#8

Is there a 12x IDE out yet?


#9

thanks guys, plextor seems to be the one, but i think ill wait and see if there is any truth about that sanyo 12x that supports burnproof.

Is there an official site for the sanyo burner. thanks

later


#10

Plextor ?/8/2 SCSI