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DVD burner - 2/18/2002 4:50:52 AM   
rblake


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So, are DVD burners common now? How much can I expect to pay for one?

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RE: DVD burner - 2/18/2002 11:03:47 AM   
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Check at your local store..Prices being reduced everyday

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RE: DVD burner - 2/19/2002 10:47:09 AM   
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OK.

Are we still talking Lite On as the best bet nowadays?


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RE: DVD burner - 2/19/2002 2:19:41 PM   
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Yes they have low price if that's your only criteria

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RE: DVD burner - 2/20/2002 5:04:30 PM   
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I haven't seen a LiteOn DVD burner. I have the Pioneer A03 and it works great! I highly recommend the Pioneer DVR A03 if you want to make DVDs that are playable on *most* set top DVD players. Just be sure to burn DVD-R and not DVD-RW as DVD-R is much more compatable.
You can pick up the Pioneer for around $350 (USD) online. Check www.pricewatch.com




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RE: DVD burner - 2/23/2002 5:31:12 AM   
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So, is a "DVD RAM" a DVD burner as an ordinary guy (like me) would understand it or is it just some kind of big packet writing, InCD type "you can use it like a large floppy" kind of thing.

In a nutshell, can you use it to copy a DVD movie disk on-the-fly?

R.


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RE: DVD burner - 2/23/2002 1:24:41 PM   
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quote:

So, is a "DVD RAM" a DVD burner as an ordinary guy (like me) would understand it or is it just some kind of big packet writing, InCD type "you can use it like a large floppy" kind of thing.


YES

In a nutshell, can you use it to copy a DVD movie disk on-the-fly?

R.

NO.




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