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LiteOn 4x BD-ROM Blu-Ray USB2.0 Portable Kit £66.67 Delievered @Dabs.com +3% Quidco

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LiteOn 4x BD-ROM Blu-Ray USB2.0 Portable Kit £66.67 Delievered @Dabs.com +3% Quidco when post is added. 63.25 without post. Originally found by Agharta, but someone wierd reason hasn't posted. Thou…
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8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago
LiteOn 4x BD-ROM Blu-Ray USB2.0 Portable Kit £66.67 Delievered @Dabs.com +3% Quidco when post is added. 63.25 without post.

Originally found by Agharta, but someone wierd reason hasn't posted. Thought it needed a post.


Label Writing Technology None Dimensions & Weight
Depth 5.2 cm Height 14.3 cm Weight 1.2 kg Width 22 cm Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating 8 - 80% Max Operating Temperature 50 °C Min Operating Temperature 5 °C Header
Compatibility PC Model DX-4O1S Packaged Quantity 1 Product Line LiteOn Miscellaneous
Colour Black White MTBF 60,000 hour(s) Optical Storage
Access Time 160 ms (CD) 160 ms (DVD) 350 ms (BD) Buffer Size 8 MB Compliant Standards Video CD Media Load Type Tray Read Speed 32x (CD) / 12x (DVD) / 4x (BD) Speeds 4x Supported CD Formats CD Extra CD+G (Karaoke CD) CD-DA (audio) CD-I CD-ROM CD-ROM XA Photo CD Supported Media Types BD-R BD-R DL BD-RE BD-RE DL BD-ROM BD-ROM DL CD-R CD-ROM CD-RW DVD+R DVD+R DL DVD+RW DVD-R DVD-R DL DVD-RAM DVD-ROM DVD-RW Supported Recording Modes Multisession Type BD-ROM Optical Storage (2nd)
Type None Power Device
Type None Storage
Drive Type BD / HD DVD Enclosure Type External Interface Hi-Speed USB Product Type BD-ROM drive Type Disk drive Storage Controller
Type None Storage Hard Drive
Type None. Storage Removable (2nd)
Type None System Requirements
OS Required Microsoft Windows 2000 SP4 or later Microsoft Windows Vista Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later Video Output
Type None
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#1
http://www.dabs.com/images/Product/UNI2/DigitalContent/56/56LQ_3DF16742-8E52-46D4-BBF7-E019DB6CA4A4_large.jpg

http://www.dabs.com/images/Product/UNI2/DigitalContent/56/56LQ_5DB57A45-0FB2-4793-9E1E-A8B442DF0C3E_large.jpg
#2
Anyone for the liteon joke?

Hot BTW!
#3
hotyoda
Anyone for the liteon joke?

Hot BTW!


Liteon joke?
#4
Well....

What's the difference between Light and Hard?


You can go to sleep with a light on!:roll:
#5
Sorry...school boy humour.
#6
hotyoda
Sorry...school boy humour.



School boy error :thumbsup:
#7
right looking at getting this for 2 reasons:

1. To copy sky recordings onto DVDs
2. To make blu Ray discs off of a HD camcorder

Am I right in presuming that this would be the correct bit of kit?
#8
kingstongold
right looking at getting this for 2 reasons:

1. To copy sky recordings onto DVDs
2. To make blu Ray discs off of a HD camcorder

Am I right in presuming that this would be the correct bit of kit?



Nope its not a writer. Not at this price.
#9
Adam2050
Nope its not a writer. Not at this price.


Do you know of any writers which would do the afore mentioned actions? much obliged
1 Like #10
kingstongold
Do you know of any writers which would do the afore mentioned actions? much obliged



Without looking to hard.
http://www.eclipsecomputers.com/product.aspx?code=DBL-GGWH20L&af=50
£139 quid.
#11
^ Amazon also have it at the same price if you prefer them.

i'm gonna have to save up for one of those...

anyone know if a PS3 can play movies ripped & burnt onto Blu-ray (either m2ts or a 1:1 rip)

thx.
#12
Can anyone confirm USB 2 have enough bandwidth for smooth FULL HD Playback?
#13
Quicklite
Can anyone confirm USB 2 have enough bandwidth for smooth FULL HD Playback?



Yes
#14
This seems like a very good buy. I think I get one:thumbsup:.
#15
If I hooked this up to my pc and wanted to watch blu rays through my plasma via the dvi output on my gfx card would I be able to do this and also get sound if I use a dvi to hdmi cable? also would the sound only be stereo or would you be able to get full hd surround sound using this through a pc with a decent graphics card.
Any help would be appreciated,thanks.
#16
Bit confused by your post but you need a decent SOUND card not graphics card if you want to take advantage of the full surround sound.

Make sure your PC is up to it as well. Not just graphics you want to have some good CPU power to output at full HD
#17
bboy71
If I hooked this up to my pc and wanted to watch blu rays through my plasma via the dvi output on my gfx card would I be able to do this and also get sound if I use a dvi to hdmi cable? also would the sound only be stereo or would you be able to get full hd surround sound using this through a pc with a decent graphics card.
Any help would be appreciated,thanks.


you will probably need a decent Core 2 Duo - maybe upwards of 2.0GHz.
any half decent gfx card will be able to decode HD, dont need anything insanely powerfull.
a goo soundcard with all the connections & can support the speaker configuration you will be using.

btw: DVI is video only (even with DVI-HDMI), so you have to have the speakers hooked up to yourPC - shouldn't pose a problem.
#18
K1LLER HORNET
you will probably need a decent Core 2 Duo - maybe upwards of 2.0GHz.
any half decent gfx card will be able to decode HD, dont need anything insanely powerfull.
a goo soundcard with all the connections & can support the speaker configuration you will be using.

btw: DVI is video only (even with DVI-HDMI), so you have to have the speakers hooked up to yourPC - shouldn't pose a problem.

The cpu im using is a core 2 duo 2.4ghz, im going for an onkyo av amp that decodes all the new hd audio like true hd etc, as for the graphics card i was looking into the ATI HD 4670 1gb PCI-E Graphics Card which the 512mb version of the card was posted here earlier.

As for the audio I know exactly what you mean with the dvi not carrying audio, one of the reviewers of the hd 4670 card mentioned that they received 5.1 audio from the card so im hoping that the card may have a hdmi output.

If there isnt a hdmi I can always use the dvi for the picture and my 7.1 soundcard for non hd audio.
#19
K1LLER HORNET
you will probably need a decent Core 2 Duo - maybe upwards of 2.0GHz any half decent gfx card will be able to decode HD, don’t need anything insanely powerful

If your VGA card supports HD decoding then you don’t require a powerful CPU and even most recent single core CPUs will be up to it except the Intel Atom.

K1LLER HORNET
a goo soundcard with all the connections & can support the speaker configuration you will be using.

The recent ATI cards support 7.1 over HDMI.

K1LLER HORNET
btw: DVI is video only (even with DVI-HDMI), so you have to have the speakers hooked up to yourPC - shouldn't pose a problem.

ATI cards from the HD 2400 onwards natively support audio using a DVI/HDMI adapter but you have to use the ATI adapter as a generic DVI/HDMI adapter is video only. Many of the medium to higher end ATI cards come with the ATI adapter bundled although you can also buy cards with a HDMI port.


Adam2050
Originally found by Agharta,

Thanks for the acknowledgement.
#20
Does this need external AC power, addition to 500mw power supplied by USB?

Basically this is a external DVD writer isn't it? but with bluray support as well?
#21
no mention of HDDVD in official specs but there is in the description


(drive Type BD / HD DVD Enclosure)

so does this support HDDVD?

cheers
#22
Pretty sure it doesn't support HD DVD.
#23
HDDVD which year are living in . Dead back in 2006 or you could just try BETAMAX lol . .
#24
unclebuckuk
HDDVD which year are living in . Dead back in 2006 or you could just try BETAMAX lol . .

Try telling that to all the people that bought loads of very cheap HD-DVD discs via these forums last year. :thumbsup:
#25
When it's this one for one that writes to blurays I'll have one :)

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