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Need to get a burner for work. Looking at 24x -- LG or Plexstor. LG is much cheaper but I have the 16X at home and it has worked flawlessly for about a hunderd or so burns now. So should I bother with the plexstor -- are there any issues I don't know that I should consider.

Thanks
Patrick

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If you want low cost for a good product, go for a Lite-on. If you want top quality, go for a Plextor.

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Plextor and Yamaha are two top notch writers. Nevertheless, LG offers respectable performance.

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I just realized this in in the wrong posting area -- Anyway.
We are going with the LG 32 times.

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Patrick.


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I have 2 Yamaha burners. first one was 2X, used for 3 years sold it for $30, and got a 8X, using that for 2yrs + no problem on both drive, very stable.
 
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Thanks -- We are going to go with the 32X LG.

Appreciate the input!

Patrick



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Just a word of caution...make sure the drive is supported by the software you have/intend to get. Easy CD appears not to support a lot of the latest 32x drives. Not sure about Nero, but be warned.


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