Pioneer annonces a new blu-ray disc burner : BDR-PR1

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#1

Pioneer annonces a new blu-ray disc burner : the BDR-PR1


I hope the experts are going to give us more information about this drive aimed “for pros” and it”s availability

All I know :

In an effort to increase the reliability of the BD recordings, the new drive features a newly designed optical pickup unit (OPU) and burns BD media using only the Constant Linear Velocity (CLV) writing strategy.

In addition, the drive is bundled with a digital error checking software than can be used to check the quality of the recorded BD-R disc right after the burning procedure, ensuring greater longevity of the stored data.


#2

Good catch, franz99!!

Now it gets interesting, is that another 206M clone [limited] or not?!?
It shares the fancy XL bezel.

It’s expected to cost about three times as much as a consumer grade Blu-ray writer ($300-$400).

Whoever can read japanese, what does this mean:
“※2 当社民生品 BDR-206シリーズに比べて。”

Thanks°


#3

using only the Constant Linear Velocity (CLV) writing strategy

Is that possible to write a BD-R using clv over 4x speed ? or maybe it’s z-clv ?

the drive is bundled with a digital error checking software

Mediatek based drive ?


#4

[QUOTE=chef;2620030]Good catch, franz99!!

Now it gets interesting, is that another 206M clone [limited] or not?!?
It shares the fancy XL bezel.

It’s expected to cost about three times as much as a consumer grade Blu-ray writer ($300-$400).

Whoever can read japanese, what does this mean:
“※2 当社民生品 BDR-206シリーズに比べて。”

Thanks°[/QUOTE]

“Compared to our BDR-206 series”


#5

i don’t know but the 205 can also do a quality scan.
anyway for dvd woefully without jitter. :frowning: but anyway. :wink:
unfortunately i don’t have only one burned bd-r for testing.

countercheck with liteon lh20a1p

and another one

just the scan speed aren’t modifiable. that option shows only 16x.





#6

[QUOTE=zhadoom;2620043]Is that possible to write a BD-R using clv over 4x speed ? or maybe it’s z-clv ?

Mediatek based drive ?[/QUOTE]

They also mention that the drive will limit burn speed to 4x on the matching archival MKM media being released. IF it proves to approach the accuracy of BD-ODU scanning, I believe I will need to invest in one. Would be a treat to be able to quality scan with a drive that is better than sorta/kinda/almost accurate :).


#7

[QUOTE=Two Degrees;2620050]“Compared to our BDR-206 series”[/QUOTE]

Thanks!! :flower:


#8

Are all BDR-PR1/A Made in China?
I can’t believe in that…