[mythtv-users] Picking a DVD dual layer burner

John Drescher drescherjm at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 19:07:48 UTC 2006


I have had good luck with both Samsung and LITE-ON drives. I have around 50
LITE-ON drives and about 10 samsung drives between home and work. Both can
be had for less than $30 for dual layer, dvd ram, 18X DVD+R, ... at newegg.

John

On 10/25/06, Scott Alfter <mythtv at salfter.dyndns.org> wrote:
>
> Jon Boehm wrote:
> > Any suggestions on which DVD dual layer burner to pick or should I just
> pick
> > one up ~free after rebate?
>
> I've had good luck with Pioneer burners.  I had bought some el-cheapo
> burners
> at home and they worked OK for a while, but then they started getting
> fussy
> about the media they'd burn.  The Pioneer burners I've used at home and at
> work
> haven't had those problems.
>
> Their newest models handle DVD-R DL, too.  Maybe DVD-R DL will be a less
> temperamental format than DVD+R DL has proven to be IME.
>
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