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TEAC CD-W512EB

I have the TEAC CD-W512EB. It's a perfect burner: 12x CD-R, 10x CD-RW, 32x CD-ROM, Burn-Proof, Raw-mode (100% compatible with CloneCD), overburn*, access time: 85ms, cache: 4MB, excellent error correction and very good support by TEAC. You get Nero5 and InCD with it, and you know that Nero is the best burn software. You can update it for free to v 5.5 by AHEAD software.
It costs in Germany only 333,- DM (about 150$).

* up to 90min (790MB) with 90 or 99min CD-Rs!
 

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if ur not looking 4 the state of the art burner u can always buy the HP 9200 series, its also fully compatible w/ clone cd, wich is very usefull eheheheheh... :rolleyes:
 

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Prior to my buying the 12x Velo I have now, I used a rather old Memorex CRW-1622. It's *very* slow by today's standards, but, to its credit, the times it burnt coasters were my fault (running too many things in the background, etc.) While it is only a 2x burner, I've seen them on sale for $50 to $60.
 

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another one!

In July comes a new burner from NEC, the NR-7800A, 16x/10x/40x, JustLink (Burn-Proof), access: 100ms, cache: 2MB and UDMA/33 interface.
Price: ~ 130$ !!
 

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RICOH makes some pretty good drives...

I wish that Smart and Friendly were still around... they make some of the most kickass drives around, that were afforadable... but now TEAC is(according to me) king with their awsome drives..
 

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only got

CDD3610
Max Write 2X (my Writer almost die max only 1X now)
Max read 6X (pathetic)
Buffer Max 726 kb

but i love it my money came from there.....
 

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Sorry guys, NEC will not sell the modell 7800 for ~ 130$, they changed their opinion and want 30 more dollars now!
 

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UPDATE 7/11/01

Deal over

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UPDATE 7/09/01

Price dropped to $69.98
Send in the $40 rebate and final price is $30

Or add $30 worth of stuff and then use the $25 off $100 coupon to buy $30 worth of stuff for $5

The MS Wheel Mouse Optical is a good $30 to spend

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Philips 8x $35 shipped after rebate

99.98 8x Philips CDRWhttp://www.staples.com/products/SpotLights/Philips/CD-RW/Default.asp

Add something cheap like paper clips or rubber band to bump price over $100

Click on view shopping cart, click enter coupons.
Enter the code: 70317
($25 off $100)

$40 rebate: http://www.staples.com/products/SpotLights/Philips/CD-RW/40Rebate.asp
 
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