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  1. I'm kind of a DVD Writer newb. I'm on a budget and looking for something decent. Single layer is fine. I just want something that is going to work, have decent speeds, and make compatible discs for a number of random dvd players.

    I have a 52x cd burner, and after about 2 years or so, it finally has died, so I am thinking a dvd burner would be the way to go. I have toooons of video I'd like to get on dvd. What would some of you recommend for what I'm needing? (Internal by the way )
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    Suppose it depends where you live, if you live in the UK the Pioneer 107 is 49.98 at SVP. It's an excellent writer and worth every penny.
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    I have the previous model to that the 106 , and I couldn't reccommend it highly enough.

    I believe the 107 is the way to go.


    That's the first time I've seen it under 50 , that's a bargain.
    My 106 was 100 last October and I thought that was good then.
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    I paid 112 for my 105 last summer, if the prices keep going down I predict by 2006 they will be paying us to take them, maybe.
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  5. If you are in the US I would recomend that you visit Newegg.com. the brands of burners that have good reputation are
    1- Pioneer
    2- Plexor
    3- Lite-ON

    anyone of these 3 is 1st class in terms of quality and reliability.
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  6. No doubt. Pionner is the way to go!
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