Trying to find a Good Blu-ray Writer

vbimport

#1

I’m trying to not spend over 100$ CAD, I really don’t want anything with riplock either. I’ve been looking at the
LG WH14NS40
Litoen IHBS112-04
and the Pioneer BDR-207MBK


#2

No one?


#3

[QUOTE=Eagle1337;2664038]I’m trying to not spend over 100$ CAD, I really don’t want anything with riplock either. I’ve been looking at the
LG WH14NS40
Litoen IHBS112-04
and the Pioneer BDR-207MBK[/QUOTE]

Welcome to the forum :flower:

Keep in mind that your choice in BD-R’s will have more effect on the burn quality than the burner. Of those three, I would lean towards the 207. You would not be able to perform quality scans with the LG or Pioneer. But you can use a transfer rate test to check your burns for serious problems with them. And watch our thread on BDR-207 results and discussions to learn which media to avoid.


#4

Second that. :iagree:

We have 2 Pio BluRay 206 [compu] burners and a Pio BluRay HD/ TV player. They all work flawlessly. :flower:
{Note, I’m well aware a “207” might be different…}


#5

I am trying to record material lasting 79 minutes 57 seconds onto aan 80 minute cd however the cd only has space for 79minutes and 57 seconds. Does anyone know of a cd r that reatlly contains 80 minutes of space?


#6

There are even 100 min CD-R!!

Depending on your burner device CD-R overburning is also very common.

[B]BUT this thread is about BD-R burners and not CD-R![/B]