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Burning a CD with a Networked Hard Drive

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hi,

I want to get a Seagate Black Armor Hard drive and it has a 10/100/1000 port on the back of it. I would rather use it on a network.

If I burn an audio CD with files from that network drive, would I have any issues with that?
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No you shouldnt have a problem. I burn stuff off my terastation all the time.
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What is more stable, USB or Network?
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No problems - a network has sufficient bandwidth to use a remote drive as a source.  A 48x burner requires 7.68Mbit/sec data, so it's well within the hardware capability.
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