09-07-2013, 05:06 AM
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I have managed to source a brand new DR-M150SEK here in the UK and would like to know if it is recommended or not. I have found a link to an old LSI chipset list on this site and some others but it only lists models up to DR-M100SEK if I remember correctly. My guess is that this model DR-M150SEK came after the 100SEK. Can someone please confirm if the DR-M150SEK has the LSI chipset or not.

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09-07-2013, 05:54 AM
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No, the 150 is post-LSI, and therefore not a recommended model.

The most common models are the DR-M10, the DR-M100, the DR-MV1 combo, and the DR-MV5 combo. Look for those.
(There are others -- mostly with HDD.)

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