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Monday, February 18, 2002
Philips 48x CD-ROM

4. Final Verdict

Philips (Aopen) 48x IDE CD Rom - Page 4

Final Verdict

Positive (+)

Negative (-)

Multi Read
CAV/CLV
Digital output
Ultra DMA 33
Supports all CD Formats
Low CPU usage

Not great seek times
Noise !!!
Not great speed in DATA & DAE

Should you buy Philips 48x CD Rom ? Check the good's and bad's and decide..As for me will stick to my Teac & Plextor combo.. ;)




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