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CDFreaks reviews the AOpen DUW1608/ARR DVD recorder

Posted at 10 January 2005 20:04 CEST by Jan70
Today we've wrapped up another review for our visitors. This time we've reviewed the AOpen DUW1608/ARR double layer DVD recorder. As the model number suggests, this drive support writing up to 16x on DVD+R media and 8x on DVD-R media. Here's part of our conclusion: The first point we would like to mention is the DVD+R9 DL support, the technology is quite young and it is an interesting format to experiment with. The next point is the 16x DVD+R CAV writing technique that leads to faster burns when compared with 16x Z-CLV. This AOpen drive also supports DVD-ROM booktype bitsetting on DVD+R/DVD+RW/DVD+R9 DL which leads to high compatibility on i.e. DVD standalone devices. Nero CD-DVD Speed can be used to measure disc quality/conditions with this AOpen drive. The drive is an ok reader and it can read CD-R's at 48x, DVD-Rom/Video at 16x and DVD-R/+R at 12x. Due to 'two sheep" burner and the DAO-RAW writing mode - the drive can be used to backup copy protected CD's. It also supports 99 minutes CD-R's and the writing quality on CD-R's is excellent. Interested in reading the complete review? You can find it here. Of course, Club CD Freaks is available to you when you want to discuss this review. Source: CD Freaks

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