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#1 2005-07-01 02:47:55

normc
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Plextor px-716a

Has any one used this to write dvd's and if so how well did it work.
I just replaced my LG Cd-r-rw with one. For cd-r it is a lot quicker but I don't have enough data I need to back up yet to try a dvd. also which would be better -r or +r.


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#2 2005-07-04 18:12:12

ozar
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Re: Plextor px-716a

Hi, normc... looks like no one has the 716a, so I'll respond by saying that I have the 712a model and it's been working flawlessly, so far. BTW - I always use the +r disks.

Hope that helps.  smile


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#3 2005-07-04 18:23:16

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Re: Plextor px-716a

Thanks!!


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#4 2005-07-04 19:30:59

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Re: Plextor px-716a

It's a Philips/BenQ rebadge, which should work better than previous Plextors (which had special Plextorian features, working only with windows software, at the cost of full MMC-3 compatibility). Good drive, but almost double the price of its BenQ brother...


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#5 2005-07-04 21:43:43

normc
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Re: Plextor px-716a

It wasn't too expensive, it only cost about $150 CND.


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