Yamaha 20x/10x/40x CD-RW With SafeBurn Review

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As a writer it impressed me. Not as much for it’s writing speeds but for it’s SafeBurn technology. The Optimum Write Speed Control is…

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#2

The Plextor has had the Safeburn feature (maybe not called that) since the intriduction of the Plex1610A


#3

This Burner Should be better than the new Teac Drive, i don+t think so. But Still very good Burner !


#4

Well of course it’ll be better! Zone-CLV sucks, because it stops twice for speed change thus creating two 1-micron gaps ON EVERY CD YOU BURN! (pop, hiss on Audio CDs) - Partial-CAV is the way to go - smooth acceleration with no stops, sudden speed changes or gaps!


#5

Plextor’s is called PoweRec. It can only reduce the speeds from 16x to 12x or 8x. Most people don’t even know this drive can do that.