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Infiniti (Blu-ray) Inkjet Printable BD-R, 25GB, 4x Speed Single Layer Disc (10 TUB) - £12.99 delivered @ 7dayshop

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nfiniti (Blu-ray) 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-…
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nfiniti (Blu-ray) 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
any ideas on a good blu-ray writer

i have loads of stuff backed up on dvd and would like to put them on blu-ray

not interested in copying films or games just own data
#2
Well I can only go by what I've writer i've got and the LG BH08LS20 is a good drive, nice and quiet and takes around 55 mins to burn at 4x a full bluray backup of data.

Although there is the new LG drive out now http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-BH10LS30-AUAU10B-Internal-BDRW-Software/dp/B00366LT82/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=

This is the newer version and not a bad price either.
#3
Can't recommend the Pioneer BDR205 enough, absolutely brilliant & 12x as well
#4
Thanks for this. I've been waiting for printable BD-R for my wedding video!
#5
£13 ish is the bog standard price for BD media

Scan is 15p cheaper.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/10pcs-Cakebox-Aone-Blu-Ray-BDR-FF-10C-25GB-Full-Face-Printable
http://www.**************/product-info.asp?product_id=41999&tid=frooct
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/177537

Voted cold, this has been the normal price for blu ray writable media for months. Would be hot if sub £10
#6
I hope the BD media doesn't go the same way as DVD recordable media where as Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden are the only decent makes
#7
Wouldnt touch A-One disks with a barge pole! i've had to many dual layer and blu ray ones that are just garbage.

Also dont forget 7dayshop is on quidco! ;-) Scan is not nor is ebuyer.

Also as stated in post topic its free delivery, where as scan is not unless u have posted on other forums and neither is ebuyer. overall this is a good buy and heat added accordingly.
#8
davey99
there is the new LG drive out now http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-BH10LS30-AUAU10B-Internal-BDRW-Software/dp/B00366LT82/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=

This is the newer version and not a bad price either.


Not to argue or insult anyone - and I admit the tech-geek in me keeps looking at these things - but seriously, £135 for a burner is not a bad price!?
You're kidding.
Blu-ray burner prices are a joke and have been since the start - and how comes they seem to imagine around £135 is reasonable and prices have been stuck there for an age?
It's ridiculous.

On a £/gb basis you just can't beat a big hard drive - and with 50gb dual layer Blu-ray (which not all BD burners can handle) laughably expensive it's just a no brainer not to bother.

I have a Blu-ray player but my HTPC was little more than the cost of a BD burner & I now have 1.5tb in it handling anything that I would have bothered burning to blank BD.
If I want to back up I usually can use either a DL DVD9 or for 8.5gb+ sizes just save to another hard drive.

I have a feeling lots of people will skip recordable BD because of their stupid pricing policies.
#9
davey99
Wouldnt touch A-One disks with a barge pole! i've had to many dual layer and blu ray ones that are just garbage.

Also dont forget 7dayshop is on quidco! ;-) Scan is not nor is ebuyer.

Also as stated in post topic its free delivery, where as scan is not unless u have posted on other forums and neither is ebuyer. overall this is a good buy and heat added accordingly.


Conversely i "only" use A-One dual layers & Blu Ray and find they're superb. Maybe 1 in 50 fault on the DL & zero problems with BDR.
#10
americanv8
Conversely i "only" use A-One dual layers & Blu Ray and find they're superb. Maybe 1 in 50 fault on the DL & zero problems with BDR.


I would agree, I have had from Scan 50 Printable A-One dual layer disk, not one coaster in my Pioneer Writer at all.
#11
ijwia
I hope the BD media doesn't go the same way as DVD recordable media where as Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden are the only decent makes

Pretty much already that way; Verbatim, TDK, Sony, Panasonic are good discs, everything else is bad. The rest is ok to put a film on, but I wouldn't back data onto it.


Gixxerman001
but seriously, £135 for a burner is not a bad price!? You're kidding.

You obviously don't remember early CD-R or DVD-R then, which were many times more expensive at this point in their life.


I have a feeling lots of people will skip recordable BD because of their stupid pricing policies.

Not really, people will just pick it up when the drives have dropped in price. Just like CD-R, which didn't get much attention (from even geeks) until drives were ~£300. The public didn't really start buying until they were sub-£100. They only reached <£30 once the market was saturated.
#12
Gixxerman001
Not to argue or insult anyone - and I admit the tech-geek in me keeps looking at these things - but seriously, £135 for a burner is not a bad price!?
You're kidding.
Blu-ray burner prices are a joke and have been since the start - and how comes they seem to imagine around £135 is reasonable and prices have been stuck there for an age?
It's ridiculous.



i remember the first plextor cd copier i bought, cost £300. so the first bluray writers are very cheap in comparison to the first cd and dvd writers.
#13
Deedie
i remember the first plextor cd copier i bought, cost £300. so the first bluray writers are very cheap in comparison to the first cd and dvd writers.

PlexWriter PX-R412Ci 4x/12x SCSI drive that used caddies by any chance? Best drive I ever owned. =]
banned#14
This is too juicy a bait to ignore !
The cost of production varies because you have to factor-in profit/profiteering and taxation, leading right to the groomable airy-fairy factors like image, perception, “Technology” and so forth. That’s why the Chinese are an excellent manufacturing punchbag - the social/moralistic infrastructure means compliancy, teach-ability, eagerness to be a wage slave [you can always leave the hopes of glitz and return to a natural existence - but not when you too have been mnesmerised and the natural social infrastructure have been damaged through the promotion of greed-fear] as well as being susceptable to demonising - nowhere is the transfer of one’s wickedness onto others more realisable than contemporary Chinese manufacturing. As such, the realities of “cost” is mcuh more than a simplistic pub-squeak. BR is just another word for “Sony-ness” and all the wickedness it harbours, if any. £135 is a fortune by any standard unless one is already bought-into the concept of “privilege”. Taxation is just another word for latent theft and the Western taxation model, oka “Democracy”, is based on grooming and instituting its squeezed taxable populace into professional thieves - having the mindset of firstly a beggar and then becoming thieves-in-practice and excusing that behaviour as being “democratic”. Still but, butting …? Just look at the behaviour and costing of, say, stopping a water leak - should the joker appear at all inspite of promises/agreement and more, much more, like “inflationary wage rise” demand of everyonessss.. The mindset of thieves, oka easy-come, is one of waste, oka easy-go. And when will waste and frivolity stop? - “Eet shore ain’t goin’ to be me, you first mate …”

Only the mighty Tojos make the mostest, greatest and bestest there is whilst not forgetting that some decades back, the same-ish nuts-kum-screws were doing another bestest, mostest trick which resulted in their salvation thru a bigge bombe. You wanna know how their social order really, really works? ‘Fink sumarai swords, tatoos, missing little-finger and obedience to “elders” - or else. As is the norm, politiks anywheres is about the ability to copulate, rationalise and korrupt - Jawhol und Heil - though it is well hidden by The Establishment here - ever seen some BBC “expose reporter” report about the reality behind this wallowy, over-fed, over-exuding mass? Really? - not when you have to stand in-line to wave flags of praise or condolences.

There are no real secrets only the access to manufacturing them. You can know all you want but so long as the manufacturiong is limited, the ability to produce is also limited. So, what comes next? The “Costings”. £135 BR - that is because of the homage/taxes to Sony and not because it cannot be made anywheresss cheaply. A good thing, of course, because when all have “it”, who is not going to have it? The Earth and Nature perhaps? So far, only the under-privileged are not having “it” - thank goodness for the poor, black, deprived, sick and starving - or else we won’t have a place on the Saviourship Final Photoshoot.

The over-expensive BR saga have been on-going for yonks in “technology” parlance - is it not, or perhaps it is still “early days” for The Established Few”.

And finally, “people” will pick-up anything they are groomed to do so - witness .. everythingsss. For one, a Usb co-ordinated vibrator is the next one to try but before that expedition, one needs to locate the vibratory destination - haven’t seen it for years - and that’s the wife’s fault.
#15
davey99
Well I can only go by what I've writer i've got and the LG BH08LS20 is a good drive, nice and quiet and takes around 55 mins to burn at 4x a full bluray backup of data.

Although there is the new LG drive out now http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-BH10LS30-AUAU10B-Internal-BDRW-Software/dp/B00366LT82/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=

This is the newer version and not a bad price either.


It's even cheaper at pc world :thumbsup:

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/lg-bh10ls30-super-multi-blue-blu-ray-disc-rewriter-and-hd-dvd-drive-00939092-pdt.html
#16
Gixxerman001
Not to argue or insult anyone - and I admit the tech-geek in me keeps looking at these things - but seriously, £135 for a burner is not a bad price!?
You're kidding.
Blu-ray burner prices are a joke and have been since the start - and how comes they seem to imagine around £135 is reasonable and prices have been stuck there for an age?
It's ridiculous.

On a £/gb basis you just can't beat a big hard drive - and with 50gb dual layer Blu-ray (which not all BD burners can handle) laughably expensive it's just a no brainer not to bother.

I have a Blu-ray player but my HTPC was little more than the cost of a BD burner & I now have 1.5tb in it handling anything that I would have bothered burning to blank BD.
If I want to back up I usually can use either a DL DVD9 or for 8.5gb+ sizes just save to another hard drive.

I have a feeling lots of people will skip recordable BD because of their stupid pricing policies.


My first Pioneer 105 was about £80 if I remember correctly, you pay more if you're an early adopter, which helps to drive the prices down for everyone else.
#17
I bought a Pioneer A02 dvd burner for $800AUD second hand.. £135 for a BD burner, bargain :D .

As for Aone disks working I can only say that working and not damaging the laser go hand in hand. Crappy Aone disks (and other like disks) are the reason so many people come to me to get their Xbox 360 dvd roms replaced.

Been waiting for the day these disks hit sub £1 each and we're almost there :D HOT!
#18
cicobuff
I would agree, I have had from Scan 50 Printable A-One dual layer disk, not one coaster in my Pioneer Writer at all.


Same here!
#19
has anyone tried these on a ps3?do they work?

i still think blu rays a bit of a flash in the pan same as 3d tvs ive got a bluray player and a few bluray movies but too be honest there not a massive leap up from dvds..ive got same versions of a few movies and youd be hard pressed to notice the difference unless you pause the image and your tv is 50 inch plus..
i also think these will come down in price once the ps3 gets fully hacked,dark alex did report hed cracked the ps3 a few months ago and posted the info online and sent it too sony which then issued a update a few weeks ago that closed this hackable loophole .its crazy the way the prices drop as soon as a console gets cracked ..dual layers used to be very expensive then the xbox360 got cracked then prices fell threw the floor pratically over night i think these will be the same over priced but once ps3 gets cracked the prices will fall.
#20
afx
PlexWriter PX-R412Ci 4x/12x SCSI drive that used caddies by any chance? Best drive I ever owned. =]


not sure of the model number, but yeah it was a scsi drive. used to be great for copying ps1 games. more than paid for itself in its lifetime.
#21
davey99
Wouldnt touch A-One disks with a barge pole! i've had to many dual layer and blu ray ones that are just garbage.


I use A-one discs all the time - can't even remember getting a single coaster in over 200 DVD+R DL's.
All I can say is invest in a decent writer. I'm using an external USB LG E60L - has never given me problems.
#22
waxxy
has anyone tried these on a ps3?do they work?

i still think blu rays a bit of a flash in the pan same as 3d tvs ive got a bluray player and a few bluray movies but too be honest there not a massive leap up from dvds..ive got same versions of a few movies and youd be hard pressed to notice the difference unless you pause the image and your tv is 50 inch plus..


Beg to differ, there's sometimes a gulf of difference between the DVD & Blu Ray versions, both audio & video. If you cant see a massive difference then your TV aint upto it.

See here - post #5
http://forum.blu-ray.com/blu-ray-technology-news/37402-blu-ray-vs-dvd-screenshot-comparison-thread.html

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