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Old 03-17-2008, 08:34 PM #1
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Default DVD Burners that Rock for open Cans

i am stealing this idea from kenom i know there is a thread, but in this one is for dvd burners that have standard 5.6mm open cans, let me start off with one

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Pioneer 115D 20x Drives. Simple harvest, great burner.
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Sony NEC Optiarc AD-7190A

$23.99 @ Newegg.com (cant post link).

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Default Re: DVD Burners that Rock for open Cans

I have used LG GSA-H55N, nice open can red. *IR diode also will burn if given 130 ma, I've had the IR diode from this drive up to 170 ma for a short period (30 seconds), diode is still living. Drives cost me about C$30 each, and conveniently available three blocks from home.
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i heard lite ons are good too but not sure
but yea Pioneer 112D and 212D are great also
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i heard lite ons are good too but not sure
but yea Pioneer 112D and 212D are great also
Well the Sony Opti Arc that everybody is getting from Newegg are rebadged Lite-ons. (you can tell the quality when you open one) I can actually unscrew the 4 cover screws then rip the rest apart with my bare hands and extract the diode in about 10 seconds with a razor knife.

THE best diode I have gotten was from an LG 20x LiteScribe drive that I got at Fry's on sale for $40. ALthough I don't have the model number as I already trashed the rest. It is a long open can, and took 400 ma no problem.
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this came from a LG GSA-H55L, lighscribe. had a 20x lite-on short die open can. died at 250ma, after pushing it shortly to 300ma /5-6 seconds/
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The Aopen DSW1812P 18x burner contains a "short" open can, housed in a really ugly and hard to remove heatsink.

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I just ordered the Sony NEC Optiarc AD-7190A from Newegg for $ 23.99 with free shipping and plan on driving it with the AMC 7135 board and a cap, will post results soon. * * * * Catmandoo
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is this one any good? Sony NEC Optiarc AD-7200S 20x DVD±RW SATA
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