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Which usb burner do you recommend?


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-- Avoid the "slim" model burners!
-- Don't buy an LG burner!


Get a full-sized drive from Pioneer, Samsung/Toshiba, Sony, or LiteOn.
For example: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16827106338
LiteOn would actually be my fourth choice, but it can be easier to get than the others.

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LS thanks the reply and advice. I found a Philips SPD3400CC of 2008. is good?

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Write Speed
CD-R: 48x (7200 KB / sec) CAV
DVD + R: 18x (21,600 KB / sec) maximum by CAV
DVD + R DL: 8X (5400 KB / sec) Z-CLV
DVD-R: 18x (21,600 KB / sec) maximum by CAV
DVD-R DL: 8X (5400 KB / sec) maximum by CLV
DVD RAM: 12x (6750 KB / sec) maximum by
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Philips doesn't actually manufacture drives, and is just a brand name, so you always need to see what's actually inside.
From what I can find online, some SPD3400CC owners have opened their drives and posted the true model online: a LiteON DH-18A1P.
As per above, LiteON drives are fine.

It looks to be a European model, not one found in North America.
Amazon.co.uk used to sell it: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...SIN=B000OCZ41O (now out of stock)

Looks good to me.


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