Pioneer DVR-107 8x DVD Recording Drive
The DVR-107 is Pioneer's first 8x8 dual format writer, meaning it is capable of writing at 8x speed on DVD-R discs whose standard is being ratified in the DVD Forum and +R discs that are designed for this recording speed. The new drive also records high-speed DVD-RW and +RW discs at up to 4x speed, and CD-R and CD-RW discs at up to 24x speed.
Pioneer engineers focused on improving the writing/recording quality and reliability for high-speed writing. New technology accommodates for variances in blank media. Some of the technological advancements include:
Liquid Crystal Tilt Compensator
Provides accurate, reliable READ/WRITE performance with a variety of disc characteristics with the Liquid Crystal Tilt Compensator activated, even with irregularly curved or thick/thin media.
Precision Recording Technology
Pioneer's exclusive performance enhancing features ensure high quality recording characteristics and low operational noise. Write strategy control circuitry positioned in close proximity to the writing laser limits signal delay, allowing high quality recording at high speed.
Ultra Dynamic Resonance Absorber
Absorbs vibration caused from imbalanced media. Stabilizes media for higher quality writing and for quieter read performance even at high speed.