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Mirror (Blu-ray) Full Face Inkjet Printable BD-R 25GB 4x Speed Single Layer Disc (10 TUB)

Blu-ray Disc is the next-generation optical disc format that was developed to enable recording and playback of high-definition video (HD), as well as storing large amounts of data. A single-layer Blu-ray Disc can hold 25GB, which can be used to record over 2 hours of HDTV. Blu-ray uses a blue-violet laser to read and write data while current optical disc technologies such as DVD use a red laser. The shorter wavelengths of the Blu-ray technology make it possible to record more data on the same space. These discs are safeguarded by Verbatims super hard coat which protects against everyday wear and tear. With the rapid growth of HDTV, Blu-ray will meet the consumer demand for recording HD programming and is expected to replace VCRs and DVD recorders over the coming years.
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1 Like #1
Worth a pop at £2 a disc.. Cheers!
1 Like #2
Beefnoodlez
Worth a pop at £2 a disc.. Cheers!


WOW that's not bad at all. Heat added.

I just need to wait another year and then I could get the BLU-ray/ HD DVD burner by then the prices probably would be roughly the same as DVDs :p
#3
Thanks Guys it's only my 2nd Submit.
#4
Gimpy
Thanks Guys it's only my 2nd Submit.


Well then have some rep as well then. A full orange dot under your name from me to you :gift: :santa: :thumbsup:
#5
Get in. Back of the net. Thanks
1 Like #6
Well done....Just a little longer and we can all copy bluray cheaply and goodbye to DVD :thumbsup:
#7
How hot does it have to be to get onto main page.

Is it 100 ?
#8
gr8h8me
Well done....Just a little longer and we can all copy bluray cheaply and goodbye to DVD :thumbsup:


Not sure if we could say good bye to DVDs or to CDs.

Because at the moment CD's and DVDs cost pretty much the same even that a DVD can fit 5 times more. It's just that they are used for different things. My car does not work with DVDs but does with CDs. So probably the same would happen here the 3 formats will stay for some time and costing roughly the same.

A music CD cost around £10 a DVD movie (new release) cost around £10 and a Blu-ray movie if you wait for a bit cost around £10 as well, so we pretty much are seing this now
#9
asandino
Not sure if we could say good bye to DVDs or to CDs.

Because at the moment CD's and DVDs cost pretty much the same even that a DVD can fit 5 times more. It's just that they are used for different things. My car does not work with DVDs but does with CDs. So probably the same would happen here the 3 formats will stay for some time and costing roughly the same.

A music CD cost around £10 a DVD movie (new release) cost around £10 and a Blu-ray movie if you wait for a bit cost around £10 as well, so we pretty much are seing this now


I mean't it in a film context
#10
How much are BD-R drives these days?

EDIT: It's OK, I found one, ideally I would like to get this one http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Home/Product/40550/Pioneer-8x-BDRW-SATA-Black-BDR-203BK if I can get a good SATA to USB 2.0 enclosure for it.
#11
good price ,thinking about investing in the panasonic dmr bluray recorder ,,,have some heat:thumbsup:
#12
I think a BDR drive may need to be Sparky's self-gift next month. :)
#13
i could always buy these and wait to purchase the burner next yr ;-)
#14
parad1gm
i could always buy these and wait to purchase the burner next yr ;-)


That must be a joke with the wink. I'll wait until player/writer and disc comes down in price a lot more next year before I venture in. I know i'm missing out on the quality as well as having a 40" lcd with full hd, but i'm not paying these prices now.
#15
I think 2 quid for a 25GB disc isn't bad as long as the quality on them isn't bad and they will last longer than a couple of months.
#16
Heat added cos it's as cheap as I've seen so far
but I'm not jumping in for quite some time yet - even though I have a Blu-ray player.

Blu-ray burner prices are still just stupid and the media (even at this kind of price) isn't much better.

Besides, why would i want to go spending all that money on burners, discs and getting the necessary software to use them properly when a HDD is, by far, the most cost effective storage medium and USB connections (even .mkv enabled ones for d/l'd HD) on TVs, Blu-ray players and DVD players are becoming commonplace?
It's not like i know lots of people with Blu-ray players I would either want to lend film(s) to or take a film round to watch.
I know only a few other people with Blu-ray, the rest just don't care or think it's worth it.

(DVD did far too good a job pursuading people it was fantastic)
#17
Top Deal :thumbsup:
#18
Top Deal, I might be able to use my Blu-ray burner now :)

Heat & rep added !! :thumbsup:
#19
Just need dual layer 50gb discs to come down to this price and I might invest in a burner!

At the moment if you want to "backup" your movies to a single layer disc (like these) you would have to compress them down to fit on a 25gb disc (which reduces the quality - which sort of negates the point of having a high definition film in the first place!)
#20
DontRun
Just need dual layer 50gb discs to come down to this price and I might invest in a burner!

At the moment if you want to "backup" your movies to a single layer disc (like these) you would have to compress them down to fit on a 25gb disc (which reduces the quality - which sort of negates the point of having a high definition film in the first place!)


Actually a lot of blu ray movies are less than 20gb, including the likes of 'one flew over the cuckoo's nest' and some of the x men films..
#21
That was the same as how things were in the pre-DVD+R DL days and still are really, most of the DVD's which people "back up" are downsampled to fit on DVD5 especially as good quality DL DVDR can cost you almost as much as these Blu rays.

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