Yamaha CDRW vs TDK CDRW?
Ok, well I wanted TDK's 24x10x40 CDRW, but my mom went out and got Yamaha's 20x10x40, I am debating on either opening the box and putting it in or just sending it back to get what I wanted in the first place, but I was going to ask if anyone has it already and thinks it's worth keeping, or what. Anyone know of any reviews? I know the 24 vs 20 is better anyway, but if it runs quite, and is realiable then I'll keep it.
Thanks for any suggestions.
I would take the Yamaha over a TDK anyway. The 20 vs. 24 speed is a negligible difference anyway. I used to have a 2X and now I have an 8X, the 8 is great.
keep the yamaha. In my opinion yamaha is the better company and their burners have been very reliable for me (got the 16x and it hasn't burned a coaster yet).
Also as elroy stated their is not a very noticeable difference between 24x and 20x burning speeed.
i have a tdk and ive burned tons of disks while making only one coaster. the reason for that one is my computer locked while i was burning.
OverKill how much did ur mom pay for the Yamaha CD-RW. ??
Send back the yamaha.:0)
I had a yamaha 8x4x24 and was only able to burn like 8 cds with the pos (actually when I had the drive I also had 2 bad sticks of ram and I think that is what screwed my cd). I now have a teac 12x10x32 and I love it.
Tdk has some good drives but I see no need to send back the yamaha since you already have it. Ymaha is supposed to be a good brand but make sure it had some kind of burn-proof technology. 20x is fast enough...do they even make cds that are rated that fast yet?
Well if it was me I would keep the yamaha just out of convenience since you already have it.
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