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- the only DVD-writer with Overburn-feature (XBoxOverburn)
- Perfect for XGD3 out of the box
- no firmware flashing needed, no Burnmax needed
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The Sony AD5280S-CB-PLUS DVD-writer is performed for heavy, industrialized duty (mass duplication) special features: - secure media speed stability: ensures that media duplication speed does not exceed encoded maximum rates - stable recording control: better communication between writer and PC while burning at ultimate speed - stable burning throughout: better compability at burn jobs for gaming consoles - enhanced CD-R /CD-G duplication: prevent distortion at Audio /Karaoke CDs - enhanced drive durability /longevity: very long, reliable burning rates - archival media compability: supports archival media (like M-Disc) with lifetime up to 1000 years and many, many more
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This burner burned countless XGD3 backups flawlessly without having to change anything.
Easy installation and came with a disk with the driver and some burning software.
Very quiet as well, burns almost silently.
If you're looking for a burner, this is the one.
But the function of Overburn worked perfectly with good quality media, in media of low quality and some with ID umedisc not recognized Overburn.
The media got better recording here, was Bethovatim with ID (Moser Baer), Multilaser (umedisc) and Verbatim.
So this is more intended to answer a few questions than praise the product (which is excellent btw)
First off even though the picture does not show it the drive does have holes in the sides for mounting in a 5 1/4" slot in a pc chassis.
What comes in the package:
This drive is OEM which means there are no bonus materials, games etc with it and it comes in no frills box in bubble wrap.
In addition there was a 16" sata cable (tip to tip) in mine which means you get about 14"-14.5" of length once plugged in. I didn't need this myself which is good because it would have been too short for my slightly over-sized Cooler Master HAF tower. So be aware of that.
Lastly there was a Power Digital cd with burning software and a UDF driver both for Windows XP.
The UDF driver allows you to treat a re-writeable cd (maybe dvd too - not sure) like a disk on your pc. I used to do that years and years ago but found that other people couldn't access the data (only me) so I stopped. Plus back then it wasn't very reliable.
The dvd drive itself installed in minutes in my case and was recognized by windows 7 once it booted up. Nothing else to do. It would I'm sure be the same for XP or Vista if that is your OS.
So basically unless you need the burning software you won't need to do anything except put in in your case, plug in the power and sata cables and boot up.
It's only been a few hours since I installed it but it is working fine as I would expect.
Kudos to Amazon which shipped the drive under the 2 day shipping I selected and still got it here in 1 day. I expect this drive will last as long as my previous Sony which was basically an earlier version of the same drive. It would still be working (after 4 years) if I hadn't ripped the drive door off it Friday trying to get to the living room to find out why the grand-kids were fighting (again :)).