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Litescribe

Discussion in 'CD-R(W) Media' started by askyew, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. askyew

    askyew Regular member

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    Anyone using it? Is it worth a crap? TDK died last night and I am going to buy a new burner, just wondering out loud.
     
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    Know how you feel, just had my NEC CDRW die, bought the HP DVDRW/CDRW from WalMart last week for $90.00 and it works great have burned movies and cd. Have not tried the lightscribe feature, disks are a little pricey. But as for the drive I have no complaints, I think it was made by Benq.
     
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    I just got my new LaCie 16X LIGHTSCRIBE DL d2 DVDRW drive and it really does the trick. I designed my first lightscribe label on a CD-R and it turned out great. The only gripe I guess would be the time it takes to do it. It varies depending on how big your label is. Hey, but this is well worth the wait.
     
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    Glad you replied back, and am happy that your drive is working out. I have been pleased with the results from mine. Happy burning
     
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    My parents got a light scribe drive so i bought some cd-r's and tried it out. Pesonally, i like and and do not want to use up the rest of my old cd-r's. Only thing is that the discs are still a lil expensive, but you can get em on sale, and yes it can take up to 30min. to do a cd, if it has alot on it.
     
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