LG GSA-4120BB questions

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Daniel Prince, Jun 24, 2004.

  1. I have just noticed that some vendors on PriceWatch are selling a LG
    GSA-4120BB oem which they say writes to DVD+R at 12x and DVD-RAM at 5x.
    I can not find any information about these drives on the LG web site.

    Has anyone bought one of them yet? Do they write to standard DVD-RAM at
    5x or do they need special media? Do they write at 12x on any 8x or 4x
    DVR+R media?

    Does anyone sell a retail version of this drive? All I can find is the
    oem. Thank you in advance for all replies.
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    I just heard a TV commercial about an automobile that has a rear
    entertainment system. I immediately wondered exactly how would an
    automobile entertain one's rear and would it be safe to drive while
    one's rear was being entertained.
     
    Daniel Prince, Jun 24, 2004
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  2. Daniel Prince

    Gary Guest

    You might see if the LG GSA-4120B is the same one as the BB one you saw.
    You can compare it to the one in this link:
    http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.html?i=2086
    Good luck,
    Gary


    "Daniel Prince" <> wrote in message
    news:eek:...
    > I have just noticed that some vendors on PriceWatch are selling a LG
    > GSA-4120BB oem which they say writes to DVD+R at 12x and DVD-RAM at 5x.
    > I can not find any information about these drives on the LG web site.
    >
    > Has anyone bought one of them yet? Do they write to standard DVD-RAM at
    > 5x or do they need special media? Do they write at 12x on any 8x or 4x
    > DVR+R media?
    >
    > Does anyone sell a retail version of this drive? All I can find is the
    > oem. Thank you in advance for all replies.
    > --
    > I just heard a TV commercial about an automobile that has a rear
    > entertainment system. I immediately wondered exactly how would an
    > automobile entertain one's rear and would it be safe to drive while
    > one's rear was being entertained.



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    Gary, Jun 24, 2004
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