Teac CDW54E Reviews
Product Type: Teac CD writers
Description:Model ID 230985 / Teac CDW54E - CD-RW drive - 4x4x32x - 5.25" - IDE - white / The new TEAC 4X4X32 CD-Rewritable drive combines the advantages of CD-R recording with the ability to store onto rewritable CD-RW media. At 4X speed, it takes just minutes to create a 700MB data ... more
Teac CDW54E ... data or 80 minute audio CD. You can make custom CDs with CD-R media for permanent, long-term storage; or write to CD-RW media for personal backup and reusable storage. The TEAC 4X4X32 isn't just for creating custom CDs. It mirrors today's high performance CD-ROM drives with its blazing 32X read performance. The drive's 16.6MBps data transfer rate provides superior playback of multimedia content, while its 85ms average access time delivers faster access to your favorite data.
The TEAC 4X4X32CD-RW drive utilizes an IDE/ATAPI interface for simple plug and play installation, as well as unparalleled ease of integration. In addition, the drive includes a convenient power loading tray, front LED indicators, volume knob and headphone jack.
Newest Review: ... the measly 4 times it says on the case. Sometimes it used to crash, saying "buffer under run", or some other ... more
Customer Teac CDW54E Reviews (2)
by - written on 20/06/02, updated on 20/06/02 (Useful, 136 readings)
I own a Que! USB CDRW. Its main component is the Teac CD-W54E, which would normally be a good bit of kit, so they say, had it not been used in conjunction with USB. Incase you don't know much about USB , it stands for Universal Serial Bus, it was created by Apple and I am sad to say it is very slow. I was going to buy a Predator drive but the salesman on the phone said the QUE! drive was better, and he didn't have any Predator drives in stock anyway. My CDRW will only burn at 2 times normal CD speed and not the measly 4 times it says on the case. Sometimes it used to crash, saying "buffer under run", or some other useless remark similar to what ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/01, updated on 17/04/01 (Very useful, 292 readings)
Sometimes it's great not being the leader. The Teac CD-W54E is far from being the hottest thing in CD rewriters. But what it concedes in speed and features it makes up in other ways. Lets consider what it offers. OK, it's a 4*4*32 rewriter, so it can read CDs at a nominal (very nominal, as with just about every CD drive on the market) 32 times the base speed of 150 KB/s. It can write CDRs and CDRWs at 4 times 150 KB/s. It plugs into a regular ATAPI channel and supports DMA access under Windows 98 and Windows 2000. And what's missing: No BURN-proof technology. So if your PC can't keep its record buffer filled with ... Read the complete review
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