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Nec 3540a & 3550a What's The Diff.


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#1 dc3

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Posted 13 November 2005 - 12:36 AM

I finally decided to purchase a DVD/RW, and I went to Newegg to make my purchase and found that they have the 3540A and the 3550A for about the same price, a couple dollars difference, looking at the specs I didn't see any difference between the two, can anyone here tell me what the difference is?

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Posted 13 November 2005 - 01:26 AM

Maybe this:

The ND-3550 takes advantage of an enhanced version of NEC's own AOPC technology (Active Optimum Power ontrol), which adjusts the laser effect in real time so as to achieve optimal readability. The ND-3550A is backwards compatible and writes on CD-R at a maximum speed of 48x.

or this?

NEC ND-3550A complies with the new RoHS-directive, meaning that all components are lead-free.


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Posted 13 November 2005 - 02:17 AM

Thanks for the response Rimmer, the only other information that I was able to find in a short search was that the 3550A is a quicker burner, and the 3540A is a better reader. I'm just a little curious as to just what would prompt NEC to make a new model this close to the production on Blu ray/HD burners.

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