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    Philips 8x CDRW for $79 - opinions ?

    http://www.pcstuff.philips.com/prd/p...%20Rewritables (2nd drive from the top - the 8X)

    Do you guys think this is a good drive? I've been looking for an upgrade for my 2X Acer for the longest time. The cost is $79 after rebate from Best Buy.

    Please let me know ASAP as I'm heading out there soon.

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    Iíve read posts by several people who bought that burner and are very pleased. It is one of the few burners that can copy SafeDisc2.
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    Well I bought it and have burned about 15 discs at 8X with Nero 5.5 with no coasters (it came with EZ CD Creator 4.0 Standard).

    I read CNET reviews and the majority was good... for $79, I don't think I can find a better bang for the buck.

    By the way, where can I find more info on SAFEDISC2? You got me curious now ...

    EDIT>>> Oops, nevermind, found it: http://www.cdmediaworld.com/hardware...edisc_v2.shtml

    [This message has been edited by rh71 (edited 04-29-2001).]

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