Buy liteon ihas X24 b or cross-flashable model

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2012-11-24 at 07:02PM UTC #8172
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robercalvo

English: Good afternoon, I would like to consult you for some page in English or Russian to sell this type of recorder (liteon ihas X24 b or cross-flashable model) and send to other countries (Spain), the reason for the inquiry is that in Spain are sold at triple the cost normally prefer to buy and import before I cheated, I await your answers, thanks.

Spanish: Buenas tardes, me gustaría consultaros por alguna pagina inglesa o rusa en la que vendan este tipo de grabadoras (liteon ihas X24 b or cross-flashable model) y que envíen a otros países (España), el motivo de la consulta es por que en España las venden al triple de lo que cuestan normalmente y prefiero comprarla de importación antes de que me estafen, espero vuestras respuestas, gracias.

2012-12-07 at 02:19AM UTC #8208
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twisted247

Not sure if its common knowledge on these forums but it would seem DL over-burning is possible out the box.

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Optiarc-S…/dp/B0086ZU8XK

Lightning UK has also done some tests on it, looks ok.

http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=20192

Only problem is it seems difficult to get a hold of in the UK. Maybe more readily available in the US. Wonder if its possible to flash a bog standard 5280s with the plus FW?

Based on the results from the Verb DL discs, this seems to be a completely acceptable drive with a decent burn quality. but the thing that stuck out to me the most was that DVDInfoPro and KProbe see this as an “ATAPI iHAS624 B

according to logs it appears to operate consistently in and around the layer break using the full 8.7Gb capacity at least with Verbs anyway, it’s all over the place with cheap media at high speeds though as expected

Its a perfect alternative for those who cannot get hold of a now discontinued B drive (as you know)

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