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Memorex 20x DVDRW DL USB 2.0 External Drive (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Memorex

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  • Form Factor: External, Maximum CD Read Speed: 48x, Maximum CD Rewrite Speed: 24x, Maximum CD Write Speed: 48x,
  • Maximum DVD Read Speed: 16x, Maximum DVD Rewrite Speed: 8x, Maximum DVD Write Speed: 20x, Maximum Read Speed: 16x DVD/48x CD,
  • Maximum Rewrite Speed: 8x DVD/24x CD, Maximum Write Speed: 20x DVD/48x CD, Media Support: Double-layer - DVD-RAM/±R/±RW
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 4.3 x 6.3 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000QY31K6
  • Item model number: 32023223
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

Product Description

20X DVD recorder with LightScribe technology offers a multi format capability to take the guesswork out of choosing the right disks. The double-layer feature allows for the creation of commercial quality DVDs with up to 8.5GB of data storage on one disc. A comprehensive and powerful software suite from Nero makes recording CDs and DVDs easy. LightScribe functionality allows you to burn precise, silkscreen-quality disk prints right in the Multi Format DVD Recorder. No need for an additional printer or labels. Create photo, music or data CDs and DVDs with custom disk prints. Features built-in flash-ROM for online upgradability, built-in buffer under-run protection, silver and black design with blue LED indicator. Double-layer DVD+R9 and DVD-R9 compatible. Microsoft Vista compatible. Speeds include 20X DVD+/-R, 8X DVD+R9 (Double-Layer), 8X DVD-R9 (Double-Layer), 8X DVD+RW, 6X DVD-RW, 12X DVD-RAM, 16X DVD-ROM, 48X CD-R, 24X CD-RW and 48X CD-ROM.

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Customer Reviews

My advice is not to waste time and money on this machine.
Huey Freeman
It didn't and should not matter that the blank DVDs were either Memorex or Kodak.
RAS
The Nero software that comes with the burner is easy to use and install.
Eric Garcia

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Kat Walker on July 21, 2009
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Having past experience with Lightscribe drives, this drive was easy to use. Although Amazon packaged it loosely and I feared it wouldn't work when I opened it, it operates just as it should.

Easy to use: just install the software with the disc that's included and follow the directions. My only problem was the file type I originally tried to burn with. It would tell me my DVD was done before it even scribed anything onto it. After I changed it to a JPG it worked just fine!

This producy includes a stand so it can also be on its side, but I'm guessing it operates better laying down.

Great product if your computer is too full for an internal drive.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Eric Garcia on January 13, 2010
I received the Memorex MRX-530LE CD/DVD Recorder as a Christmas gift. This burner is FANTASTIC! It is very easy to use. I have already burned close to 60 DVD's without any problems. I have used the LightScribe feature on about 20 of the discs with no problems. I must admit, the Lightscribe feature is a bit slow but it is not a big deal. I have not had any discs with errors. The Nero software that comes with the burner is easy to use and install. This burner burns quickly. I was considering buying an HP burner but I'm glad I was given the Memorex. This burner also burns dual layer discs at only 8X speed. Not a big deal to me. I highly recommend this burner without reservation. My only regret is why I didn't purchase one long ago. This burner feels solid, not flimsy. It feels well constructed. For all of you considering a DVD/CD burner you can't go wrong with the Memorex MRX-530LE. It is a great investment that will pay for itself after a handfull of burns.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By jugheadluvr on November 10, 2010
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I have a Mac Mini (Mac OS X) which came to me with the iMovie and iDisc software installed. My system had the CD burner capabilities but not the DVD burner. I was looking for something I could just plug in and burn. It worked amazingly well with my software. I have limited space on my hard-drive so I was reluctant to install the software that comes with the unit. I did notice however, that the software provided offers the label etching feature which I would find quite useful. It burned the DVD (15 mins long) within a half an hour timeframe and it was DVD player compatible. Would totally recommend this unit for anyone looking for a Mac compatible burner.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amzn byer on May 18, 2009
I love this item. I wouldn't recommend you drop it but my son dropped it about two feet to the floor and it's working just fine. It lights up with a three lights. One blue light shows that it's plugged into the power cord. The second softer blue light shows that it's reading a disc and the light in back either shows red for 1.1 USB or blue for a 2.0 USB port.

It does what it says. It has a stand so it can sit on its side safely without wobbling. Reads CD-ROMs, DVDs and CDs. Also reads unfinished DVD+RWs

The only issue is that the power cord slips out easily so make sure it's not nudged.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JustUS2FL on May 11, 2012
Have used this drive to make a few THOUSAND back up copies of our DVDs. We have collected DVDs from mostly Walmart since 2001 or 02. A few disks have stopped playing, so we decided to make "Back ups" of all of them. Purchased this drive from a BEST *&^ around 2007 I think. The drive is only just now beginning to have difficulties with the door open must be done via the Win Explorer Right click "Open". We have made a few thousand disks with it. Also nice is the "Quality test" which can be done with Nero which came with ours. Other drives we have do not support this feature. It takes a little extra time to do it but is a GREAT way to gauge your disk and how long it will last. Some disks will play now but not later due to very poor quality. I can not say enough good things about this drive, has taken a beating for yrs, and still ticking. Have MORE THAN GOTTEN OUR Moneys worth.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roamer on December 15, 2010
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I returned a slim-line USB powered DVD+-RW DL because it would not work on my notebook or desktop. Easy and quick return for full refund, thanks to Amazon. I then purchased the Memorex DVD+-RW DL and it has performed outstanding! Burns 4GB in 6-to-11 mins and 7.5GB in 16 mins, plus verification. I have not had a learning problem with H/W or S/W. It has its own PS which was a problem with the prev DVD trying to operate with my notebook. This drive is performing as promised/advertized.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Huey Freeman on August 6, 2012
As someone who burns DVDs fairly often, I learned years ago to avoid Memorex blank discs. The brand always seemed to include more than the usual number of bad discs (coasters) per package, so I refrained from buying any.

Despite misgivings, I went ahead and purchased this DVD burner. For roughly three months, my fears were unfounded as it performed without a hitch. In the fourth month, problems started to creep in, with more and more discs being improperly burned. Then, at the end of the month, the machine just gave out entirely.

My advice is not to waste time and money on this machine. If my experience is duplicated, and I see no reason why it wouldn't be, it is subject to a higher failure rate than similar burners from other makers.

This DVD burner is not recommended.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gregg on November 30, 2010
While some folks have had good luck with this burner, mine failed after a few months. I used it mostly to burn lightscribe labels onto DVDs created on my internal drive. After about 15 burns, it stopped mid burn and no longer works. Will not read much less write! Unfortunately I bought two of them. The other is for my wifes old laptop, and she simply has not used it yet. Hope she has better luck than I. FYI - the software was easy to use with a decent interface. All was good until the thing just broke. Too inexpensive to have fixed.
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