Samsung SM-308 RW Combo Pro Reviews
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Samsung SM-308 RW Combo Reviews4
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|Neoseeker||90%||Aug 06 '01|
|EXHardware||8.5/10||Jun 15 '01|
|Gideon Tech||---||Apr 14 '01|
|I am not a Geek.com||---||May 29 '01|
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Samsung SM-308 RW Combo Previews
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|PC Magazine Online||Apr 12 '01|
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"The drive performs very well with CD-Rs, CD-RWs, CDs and DVDs. If you're looking for a reliable all in one solution, then consider taking a serious look at the Samsung SM-308. Samsung includes a free blank CD-R and CD-RW disc with the drive which is really nice since many other manufacturers only a CD-R or sometimes nothing at all with their drives."
"After all the testing on this drive, it showed us that these DVD/CD-RW combos are not much different than having two separate drives. The DVD picture was very nice, the read time and load times were also very fast. The burns were done perfectly, the CD-R and CD-RW we used read fine in the Samsung drive and also in a Hitachi and Ricoh drive."
"I tested the drive by burning several CD's and CD-RW's. The only time I had an error when burning was when I let the software convert the MP3's to waves for burning and audio CD. This caused a buffer under run error when I was burning a CD-R at 8x, but was successful when I was burning a CD-RW at 4x."
"Of particular interest is its surprisingly low CD-R burn times: at 6:41 to burn a 530mb dish the 308 is significantly faster than we would normally expect. The SM-308 is a great drive, making it an excellent solution for your optical storage needs: with its solid read time, flawless performance and fast burn times the SM-308 is definitely a product to be reckoned with."
"The SM-308 required just under 17 minutes (16:55) to write our 500MB test file--an unimpressive CD-RW write speed of 29.6MB per minute. Our attempt to copy an audio CD from a 24X CD-ROM drive failed, rendering the CD-R media useless after we experienced several buffer underrun errors."