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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: scsi cd writers (
From: Jeff <schaller@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 22 May 1999 06:12:24 -0500 (CDT)
Reply-to: aclug-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Thanks to all who responded; I passed your recommendations on to the guy
in charge of making the decision.

> From: Jeff Torchia
> I have a little known brand, I believe it is spelled mitshita.  The
> version I have is not supported under linux and never will be so I am
> told.

> From: m. osten
> Jeff, I would recomend the panasonic 7502b (scsi, 2x8) for $199.  
> They support doa, and audio extraction.  very good drives for really
> cheap.  my second would be a ricoh.

> From: Steven Saner
> I recently acquired, used, from a friend, an HP 6020i SureStore. I
> haven't had a chance to use it much but it worked great on the first
> try.

> From: Paul E. Johnson
> The Yamaha 400 with the newer firmware works OK.
> Sony 504 worked "badly"

> From: spiff
> I have yet to purchase, however have done a lot of asking of similar
> questions.  Basically it amounts to this, when I do buy, it will be a
> yamaha drive.  Asking around in #debian on IRC, I found that while
> there were cheaper drives around, the cheaper ones also performed
> worse (burned more coasters) while the yamaha has a track record of
> very few if any coasters. A lot of the people I was talking to are the
> ones that are selling debian CDs and burning things regularly on their
> drives.  Currently I think the best yamaha drive is a 4X4X16 being
> write/rewrite/read.

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