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    Question My plextor starting to fail, any suggestions on a replacement?

    My PX-755SA seems to be dying and I'd like suggestions on a good replacement for general burning duty. I'm going to get a LG GGC-H20L soon but it's going to be just for reading blu-rays. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDMinus View Post
    My PX-755SA seems to be dying and I'd like suggestions on a good replacement for general burning duty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BDMinus View Post
    My PX-755SA seems to be dying and I'd like suggestions on a good replacement for general burning duty. I'm going to get a LG GGC-H20L soon but it's going to be just for reading blu-rays. Thanks in advance.
    i'm going to get the LG too i think on my next build, for 50ukp more than a DVD burner, it'd be rude not to my only wonder is how good a burner is it?

    i usually get nec/optiarc drives such as the AD-7200A or 7201a, with the region-free firmware from liggy/dee, you can't go wrong, especially on price - 15ukp for a lightscribe/labelflash 20x burner......

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