[QUOTE=dikkiedirk;2668019]Thanks, I ordered the 207EBK. Not that BDXL is that important.[B] I have yet to see the media and prices of BDXL discs.[/B] The 207 seemed a good offer and came in a retail package, probably just a box though, although people in the UK get additional software. What is the difference between DBK, EBK, MDK and JDK?[/QUOTE]
BK means black faceplate.
D is the kinda degraded variant, without BDXL support at all.
M* and J* are the full featured burners with BDXL support, M* is the origin version and J* is for Japan only.
E* is the worldwide spread version of M/J.
There are BD-R TL and BD-R QL discs, starting from about â‚¬30 per disc.
TL means Triple Layer and can hold max. 100GB in theory.
QL means Quad Layer and can hold up to 128 GB max theroetically.
There is also BD-RE TL media. BD-RE QL doesnt exist.