The BDXL standard from 2010 defines 33GB per layer, where as the legacy standard defines 25GB and only up to 2 layers.
Therefore, a legacy BD drive such as iHOS104 won’t cope with anything above BD-R DL.
But I have two questions:
- Is it able to read the *SL models of the new BDXL standard discs (33 GB per layer)?
- Is it able to read L0 (the first layer) from BD-TL/BD-QL?