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And if burning quality is indeed your top priority, then I wholeheartedly agree: Maybe I will stick with the NEC. But thats just me. I have a and the NEC. DVD Reading Tests 4.

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LiteOn LDW-811S – DVD±RW drive – IDE Series

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So again thanks for any adivce or opinions. I have not seen all that much info on that drive, so please let me know. My problem with that is if something is wrong with the NEC I’ve got to send it back and all that. I’ve been needing one bacause of all these por The NEC does not officially overspeed like the way you just described.

Support should be interpreted carefully. Genocide Junkie, I can’t answer which is better but Compusa has the mad dog this week Newegg keeps the Black Friday spirit alive with more deals for Cyber Monday. What code is in the image? Now I know its of personal tastes I guess, but I can’t really decide which one to get. Storage by Rick Broida Oct 24, All tests were done with firmware revision vHS0E.


The time now is Have you seen my Ricoh 2. But also ive read that the bitsetting doesnt work for the s, but it does work for the s. But one must note that LiteOn drives are also great drives.

Act like your business depends on them by David Gewirtz. Originally posted by everest [B]Sorry about the cross-post, Litfon am not sure which forum to post. Whereas the S will recognize it, will allow you to use the full 8x, and it will use a non-generic write strategy that was picked specifically for the media.

Originally posted by riiaku then why does my friend matts NEC A write the Ritek 4x and 8x and his memorex 4x at 6x, my friend brian gave him a 4x prodisc and it wrote liton 8x, not to sound lieton but maybe you should get evidence, b4 you make quick judgements.

Sorry about the cross-post, I am not sure which forum to post. This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. I don’t like that. Whether or not those firmware updates resolve its write quality bugs is a different issue.


LiteOn s vs NEC a – CD, DVD and (Ultra HD) Blu-ray Writers – Club Myce – Knowledge is Power

Removing the screws and opening the drive’s cover voids the drive’s warranty. Everything else is second to that. I read a lot of comments about both in the ‘DVD Writers’ section but just don’t know.

You all make it so hard to choose I may end up getting both the S and A, bah. Pick up the Liteon s instead. In terms of write quality, how much difference? I like the features of the liteon, overburning to 99 min, game backups of safedisc, great dvdripping, great audio ripping. Min Hard Drive Space. It is specifically designed for half-inch high disc drives which need to address the challenges of high speed and low heat generation in restricted spaces such as those imposed by notebook PCs.

One benefit of LiteOn drives is that they actually bother to put out new firmwares to support more and newer media.