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    Hi,

    Just wanted to ask how many of you have this dvd-rw, and if you have had any problems with it? A mates got one that I want to buy, but i dont know alot in the dvd-rw arena so i thought i'd ask you guys heh.

    Much appriciated guys,
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    I hvae 3 in a duplicator at work. Haven't had a single problem with them. Alos have a DVR-111 at home which i haven't used yet. Always been a fan of Pioneer DVD-R drives

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    Cool thanks Anyone else got one?
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    Just occured to ask why you would go for a DVR-110 as opposed to a DVR-111. So i googles to find a comparison... and bingo!

    http://www.dvd-recordable.net/Review...t-id-183.phtml

    seems to me you would want a 111 instead to be honest. They are only ~£25 at Scan.

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    Get the 111d and you can then flash it to a 111L to add +R Bitesetting and RAM writing support.

    You can get the firmware (8.26 INT) here: http://tdb.rpc1.org/#DVR111D

    NOTE: I haven't done this myself as I prefer NEC drives (I own a 4571a).
    Last edited by Listy2021; 16-09-2006 at 07:21 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar View Post
    Just occured to ask why you would go for a DVR-110 as opposed to a DVR-111. So i googles to find a comparison... and bingo!
    Because im buying the DVR-110 from a mate.
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by cool_dude View Post
    Because im buying the DVR-110 from a mate.
    Unless its v.cheap - go new
    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen View Post
    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent View Post
    Unless its v.cheap - go new
    £14 inc v.cheap? Or should i head new?
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    You can get a brand new DVD-RW for £20, spend another £5 at Scan and you get free shipping (using the Hexus free shipping offer).

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...s=34&OrderBy=3

    The Pioneer DVR-111 is only £22.61
    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=356212

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