Blu Ray which to choose?

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#1

Good afternoon staff,

I would like to help one of you to choose which of these recorders blu ray is best:

LG WH14NS40

Pioneer BDR-207DBK

Liteon IHBS212


#2

[QUOTE=RockmanX;2639784]Good afternoon staff,

I would like to help one of you to choose which of these recorders blu ray is best:

[B]LG WH14NS40[/B]

[B]Pioneer BDR-207DBK[/B]

[B]Liteon IHBS212[/B][/QUOTE]

Where it the help then?


#3

[QUOTE=chef;2639888]Where it the help then?[/QUOTE]
I guess he rather wanted help on which drive to choose from this list.

Remember that English is not everyone’s native language, including you an me - as one can see from your post :bigsmile:


#4

Shouldnt he mention that then??


#5

[QUOTE=RockmanX;2639784]Good afternoon staff,

I would like to help one of you to choose which of these recorders blu ray is best:

[B]LG WH14NS40[/B]

[B]Pioneer BDR-207DBK[/B]

[B]Liteon IHBS212[/B][/QUOTE]

My first choice would be the [B]Pioneer[/B], if you cant find it, then get the [B]LG[/B].


#6

I’m sorry I’m using Google Translator to be able to communicate with you, I was told that this is the best forum for this sort of thing and they are all people who like to help


#7

[QUOTE=RockmanX;2639911]I’m sorry I’m using Google Translator to be able to communicate with you, I was told that this is the best forum for this sort of thing and they are all people who like to help[/QUOTE]

Correct, this is the best place for optical drives.


#8

The recorder from LG I mentioned, he is presenting a problem? I can get it without problems?


#9

Pioneer has a great reputation on optical drives back when they were making DVD burners and now they continue that way with blu-ray burner.
LG also makes very good drives, but i dont expect to see many media that are able to reach speeds of 14x (on blu-ray)


#10

[QUOTE=vroom;2639931]Pioneer has a great reputation on optical drives back when they were making DVD burners and now they continue that way with blu-ray burner.
LG also makes very good drives, but i dont expect to see many media that are able to reach speeds of 14x (on blu-ray)[/QUOTE]

For then the country where I live when I see the same pioneer was over and left me only the option to pick up an optical drive from LG, the more I am afraid to get through this optical drive from LG if he will give me problems in the future


#11

Many people on this forum (inducing me) have LG drives and they didnt have any problems.
If your only choice is the LG get it should be a nice drive, you can see some burns on this thread, they appear to be very good.


#12

[QUOTE=vroom;2639934]Many people on this forum (inducing me) have LG drives and they didnt have any problems.
If your only choice is the LG get it should be a nice drive, you can see some burns on this thread, they appear to be very good.[/QUOTE]

Thank you for your help, I’ll get seen by himself, I know nothing of these charts, the more I experience and knowledge for their friend, excuse any inconvenience and work and I once again thank you


#13

[QUOTE=RockmanX;2639937]Thank you for your help, I’ll get seen by himself, I know nothing of these charts, the more I experience and knowledge for their friend, excuse any inconvenience and work and I once again thank you[/QUOTE]

There is one easy way to read the all that scans, the lower the better :wink:


#14

[QUOTE=RockmanX;2639932]For then the country where I live when I see the same pioneer was over and left me only the option to pick up an optical drive from LG, the more I am afraid to get through this optical drive from LG if he will give me problems in the future[/QUOTE]

No one can foresee the future, not even with a crystal ball…

Which country are you from???


#15

[QUOTE=chef;2639996]No one can foresee the future, not even with a crystal ball…

Which country are you from???[/QUOTE]

Brazil


#16

And what do you want to do with the drive mainly?

I would go for the TEAC 512, fast, cheap and good.


#17

[QUOTE=chef;2640131]And what do you want to do with the drive mainly?

I would go for the TEAC 512, fast, cheap and good.[/QUOTE]

Watch a lot of film on DVD, Blu Ray, also write quite a lot

Never heard of that brand eh, first time someone tells me it


#18

TEAC is in the optical drives market since decades…

This TEAC is a Pioneer clone - so grab it low priced.
http://www.teac.eu/digital-media/news/newsdetails/artikel/news-in-blu-ray-recording/


#19

[QUOTE=chef;2640262]TEAC is in the optical drives market since decades…

This TEAC is a Pioneer clone - so grab it low priced.
http://www.teac.eu/digital-media/news/newsdetails/artikel/news-in-blu-ray-recording/[/QUOTE]

Seriously, I’ve never seen for sale in Brazil eh, I thought the optical drives from Pioneer were the low cost of the Buffalo


#20

The name TEAC has a huge history, mainly on Hi-Fi.
They produce some outstanding cassette decks and CD players, their VRDS line was a THE CHOICE for good audio quality.

TEAC was also in the optical drives market back in the CD-RW days, so if the drive is a pionner clone it should be a good option, that’s if you can find it.

What BD drives are available on your area?