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The Pioneer DVR-S21L offers up to 24x writing on DVD-R/R media and up to 12x writing on DVD-R/R (DL). This DVR-S21L series burner also features LabelFlash which allows users to burn custom disc labels to their blank LabelFlash enabled media. Features
• 24x DVD-R/+R Writing Speed • Horizontal and Vertical Orientation • Serial ATA Revision 2.6 • Operating systems: Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Disc Labelling Technology
CD Writing Speed
40 x CD-R
24 x CD-RW
DVD Writing Speed
24 x DVD+R
12 x DVD+R DL
8 x DVD+RW
24 x DVD-R
12 x DVD-R DL
6 x DVD-RW
Blu-ray Writing Speed
CD Read Speed
DVD Read Speed
Blu-ray Read Speed
M-Disc Firmware Support
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Pioneer Internal 24x DVD writer Retail SATA, Labelflash, Dual Layer compatible, Black is rated
3.0 out of
Rated 5 out of
It works, not too noisy, not tested the labelflash yetPerforms well, not tested as dual layer or Labelflash yet, seems to work at up to 20x speed with the cheap blanks I have with Linux K3b as the application. Never had a duff Pioneer drive yet
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 1 out of
Don't waste your moneyI got heavily into ripping audio CDs with the dbpoweramp program the producers of which keep a database of drives that perform well and not so well. Mine was among the worst so I bought the most expensive available at Scan. It has only 0.5MB of RAM and my cheapie has 2MB and the fastest rip I can achieve is 4.4x when the cheapie no name drive achieves 40x.
If it was an expensive item it would be going back, as it is it will probably go in the junk box.