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#1

Verbatim BD-R 6x
VERBATIMe (000) @12x


#2

Panasonic 6x BD-R
MEIRA1 (001) @12x





#3

Verbatim BD-R 4x
VERBATIMc (000) @8x





#4

Good grief, another LG bluray burner? :eek: Seems to have gone from 30 -> 35 -> 38 relatively quick; probably more cost effective to develop new ones than support old ones.


#5

[QUOTE=KTL;2593494]Good grief, another LG bluray burner? :eek: Seems to have gone from 30 -> 35 -> 38 relatively quick; probably more cost effective to develop new ones than support old ones.[/QUOTE]

There is the change that this is drive uses the same hardware, with the 30-35 drives, and simply change the name at the end. LG has been doing that for a long time.


#6

[QUOTE=vroom;2593506]There is the change that this is drive uses the same hardware, with the 30-35 drives, and simply change the name at the end. LG has been doing that for a long time.[/QUOTE]

I’m afraid I don’t understand.

Do these drives use the same firmware?


#7

LG 6x BD-R (Made in Macau :Z)
LGEBRAS06 (000) @12x






#8

SONY 6x BD-R
SONYNN3 (002) @12x






#9

LG 4x BD-R
LGEBRAS04 (000) @12x


#10

SONY 4x BD-R
SONYNS2 (002) @4x


#11

Verbatim BD-R 2x
VERBATIMa (000) @8x


#12

I’m new to the Blu-ray burning. But it seems the LG and Pioneer are the best burners. So are these good burns? Also why no DL blu ray media tests?


#13

@nealh

Those are good burns except LG 6x BD-R SL. I will do BD-R DL tests later.


#14

Thanks


#15

Verbatim BD-R DL 6x
VERBATIMf (000) @8x


#16

Melody BD-R DL 6x
CMCMAGDI6 (000) @6x


#17

Verbatim BD-R 6x
CMCMAGBA5 (000) @10x


#18

imation BD-R 2x
MEIT01 (001) @6x

Picture 3: scanned on Plextor PX-LB950SA with PlexUTILITIES v1.3.1


#19

Verbatim BD-R 4x (10pcs, cake box)
VERBATIMc (000) @8x


#20

[QUOTE=2601;2607021]Verbatim BD-R 4x (10pcs, cake box)
VERBATIMc (000) @8x[/QUOTE]

more scans with PlexUTILITIES v1.3.1…

Picture 1: scanned on Plextor PX-LB950SA
Picture 2: scanned on Plextor PX-B320SA