Pioneer BDR-207D/M/J/E, S07J/XL/XLT, 2207

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#1

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
TDK BD-R 6x
CMCMAGBA5 (000) @12x

The Drive can read BD-R SL at 10x speed.


#2

Oh, thats lovely!!

:bow:

BTW, is this drive MIC because its a 207M clone even it’s sold by Buffalo, right?!?


#3

[QUOTE=chef;2619352]
BTW, is this drive MIC because its a 207M clone even it’s sold by Buffalo, right?!?[/QUOTE]

Yes


#4

[B]Thanks again![/B]


#5

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
SONY BD-R 4x
SONYNN2 (002) @12x


#6

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
SONY BD-R 6x
SONYNN3 (002) @12x


#7

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Verbatim BD-R 6x
VERBATIMe (000) @12x


#8

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Sharp BD-R XL
TDKBLDRNC (000) @6x

The BDR-207M now can write the disc at 6x (CLV) and is 30 mins faster than 206M’s 4x.


#9

[QUOTE=2601;2620108]Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Sharp BD-R XL
TDKBLDRNC (000) @6x

The BDR-207M now can write the disc at 6x (CLV) and is 30 mins faster than 206M’s 4x.[/QUOTE]

Oh! What a pleasant surprise! :flower:

Sadly you didnt use verify with this burn.
Now the marketing naming scheme makes sense in a way.

Thanks 2601! :clap:


#10

[QUOTE=chef;2620113]Sadly you didnt use verify with this burn.
[/QUOTE]

Here it is.


#11

Thanks!

I should have written “verify with Imgburn”. :slight_smile:


#12

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Panasonic BD-R 6x
MEIRA1 (001) @12x


#13

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Panasonic BD-R DL 6x
MEIRB1 (001) @12x


#14

Is the Buffalo clone the only model available for sale?


#15

Nope, the 207J is available, but only in/from JAPAN! XL probably too.

The 207D, DBK and M are available worldwide.


#16

Buffalo BRXL-PI12FBS_8.10 (BDR-207M clone)
Verbatim BD-R 4x
VERBATIMc (000) @10x


#17

Wanted to be the first to share with all of you. Received this puppy about an hour ago. Built 11-18-2011 in China. Firmware was 1.10, flashed to 1.20. Here is the drive’s first burn. Interesting…used Verbatim 6X BD-R, that has burned so miserably in two other drives I have tried. Not with the BDR-207. Check out this burn:

As time goes on over the next few days, I intend to do quite a bit of testing for you all. I have two more BD-R disk types…lots of DVD and some CD. Will keep you all posted on this drive…First impression: WOW! Great drive and more mature firmware

Bob




#18

There’s already a thread here.


#19

I didn’t see that thread. Not a problem


#20

Got mine from Newegg today. Here is my first burn. Verbatim 6X BD-R at 12X

Couldn’t move the photos here…so the burn is in the thread