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100x Blu-Ray BD-R (25GB) 4x Inkjet Full Printable (4x 25 disc spindle by MediaRange) for £64-50 delivered @optical-disc.co.uk £64.50

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64p per disc seems cheap enough (Delivery is next working day) Reference on site: MMM23x100
ettienem1001 Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago32 Comments
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I just ran out of blu rays so placed an order, although in the 2 years of owing a blu ray writer i've only burnt 30 discs so may take me quite a while to go through these.
SmokeBomb

They get to see their grandchildren's school plays etc in all their HD glory. How lucky are they?

I suppose that works! lol... If you know a lot of people with blu-ray players!
jacksonliam
Still not convinced me of a single use-case!


Not trying to convince you dude, just putting forward the usefulness of blurays to me for the forum to take into consideration alongside your viewpoint.

I do keep the original files so can reformat/tinker at a later date. Once I've created a bluray disc I can burn other copies for family members too who don't have a media player - the inlaws for example.

They get to see their grandchildren's school plays etc in all their HD glory. How lucky are they?
SmokeBomb
jacksonliam
I don't know why anyone is burning blu-rays? I can't think of a single use scenario where a WDTV, Sumvision or better isn't the cheapest option...


I use a Panasonic HD camcorder to record family stuff. I can watch the files it creates on my PC, Popcorn Hour or directly off a memory card in the TV. All of these methods suffer from a pause and black screen while each file loads. Not great if you have many cuts.

I have just bought a bluray drive to create bluray discs of 3 years worth of good times. I can now view edited movies of classics like Blackpool 2008 with smooth continuous video including the obligatory cheesy transition effects that I used sparingly but artistically to enhance the quality footage.

And the burning time is not very long at all.

You could've remastered the footage in any editing software and played them on the popcorn hour... And you could keep tinkering with it if you wanted, cant change a blu-ray when its burned.


SmokeBomb
Gadgetfr34k
How much time it would take you read all of them ?? I had burned loads to BDRE's but getting data out was nightmare. Moved onto HD later.

Better off with 2TB Hard Drive... anytime.


HD's are much more practical for easy write/read access, but make sure you back up. That's where the blurays come in if you have many GB's of valuable stuff to store. I have had a 1.5tb and a 1tb HD both fail in the last 18mths. Both quality models by respected manufacturers.

I'd have 1 onsite and 1 offsite backup for anything important, But a HDD can be used over and over again, a blu-ray backup discs have to be purchased every time... 1.5TB is 60 25gb blu-rays....


Still not convinced me of a single use-case!
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pankomputerek
if they only were Re= Writeable (_;)

RW


Haha epic fall
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25 x BD-R 4x Inkjet Fullprintable for £14.70 @MaxMedia

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5th option down the page Seems a verygood price to me, especially if you have a burner and a love film subscription lol Ref: MMM23x25 Price Per Tub of 25 (1-tubs of 25) = £12.25 (£14.70 In…
allsa001 Avatar5y, 1m agoFound 5 years, 1 month ago7 Comments
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I ordered 75 of them, let's hope they work
I have Nero as well and I used to burn a lot of discs but I now I tend to save large files to a Samsung 2TB HD in a drop in caddy. My TV and Blu ray player accepts media playing connected devices. These Blu ray discs would be good for movie backups with subtitles as I cannot get the subtitle support through my HD caddy setup.
urbans01
Need to factor in the minimum order value is £35 + shipping at £6.45+VAT


Sorry, Good point, may have to order 2 bundles then. WIll get through them no worries though.


Wowhats
allsa001 - I think that's the model I got, it's defo a LG, and it works a treat.


As a matter of interest, do you use DVDFab8 or something else?


Yep DVD Fab8. I have Nero too for doing custom DVD's, but not tried Blu Rays with that yet.
allsa001 - I think that's the model I got, it's defo a LG, and it works a treat.


As a matter of interest, do you use DVDFab8 or something else?
Need to factor in the minimum order value is £35 + shipping at £6.45+VAT
These disc are LGE-BRA-S04-000 and the quality is variable, hence the low price. Better to wait until the TDK discs are in stock IMHO.

Edited By: urbans01 on Oct 10, 2011 14:33: update
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Bulk Buy 120 x RiTEK (Pidata) Inkjet Printable A Grade 1x-4x BD-R (Blu-Ray Recordable) 99p Each!, £147.76 inc P&P @ Optical Disc

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Hellloo, **Bulk buy/ trade purpose mainly.** BIG price drop this time :D, Finally got myself a Blu-ray burner heh.. 99p per disc! gonna burn through these in no time I can imagine. They do a 1…
Inquisitor Avatar6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago4 Comments
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dayman76;8461649
I see a lot of HD images which are like 26.5GB. Would these fit on to the 25gb discs? Is the extra 1.5GB nothing to do with the images?


Pass, however I would imagine it can somehow..? otherwise why would they make it like that.. google hunt me thinks.
I see a lot of HD images which are like 26.5GB. Would these fit on to the 25gb discs? Is the extra 1.5GB nothing to do with the images?
TheDelBoy;8461033
i think this is a deal for charlie wong. he would love you. quick call him up now.


who what now? :-D going by the username it maybe more suitable for you sir! :w00t: :w00t:
i think this is a deal for charlie wong. he would love you. quick call him up now.
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120 x blu-Ray RiTEK (Pidata) Inkjet Printable Discs for £150 ex.Vat (£1.25 Ea.), £180.49 Inc. VAT & Del @ Optical-Disc

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More for bulk buy purposes or trade? **Cheapest Online. Think this is the best price online currently, it was on here a couple of months ago and got very hot, now reduced in price even more! Good for…
Inquisitor Avatar7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago26 Comments
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hippo99;6119433
It's from a TV programme called Fonejacker :thumbsup:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwaeXE9pcU

I'd like to buy some doovdes, as I've got a new TV thats ready for the hud


ah, fair enough
bmouthboyo;6120226
Cd/DVD/Blu Ray 25 years? What planet are you from. The reason HDD fail sometimes is because people use them.

Your argument assumes that the DVD etc only comes out to be watched what, say 10 times max in its life. If you only used the HDD 10 times it would last a lot longer than 10 years my pedigree chum.

Further more a HDD installed in a tower would last a lot longer than a DVD being taken out of box, put in a dvd drive etc...

NEXT....


HDD fails because its electronics, DVD/CD fails because it gets physically scratched. Im talking about material degradation. Think about cassette tapes vs vinyl, magnetic dents vs actual dents on the disc. Even if they are both write once, magnetic dents will always degrade or lose its form sooner than physical dents. :gift:

You younger generation people dont realise HDD's are quite fragile in space and time. I've recently dug out my 10yr old audio cd's and reminise and they are still in perfect quality, Im sure in another 10yrs they'll be just as good now.
Inquisitor;6115622
HDD lifespan ~10 years (or in some cases 3 months lol)
CD/DVD/Bluray media lifespan ~15-25 years.

Next.........


Cd/DVD/Blu Ray 25 years? What planet are you from. The reason HDD fail sometimes is because people use them.

Your argument assumes that the DVD etc only comes out to be watched what, say 10 times max in its life. If you only used the HDD 10 times it would last a lot longer than 10 years my pedigree chum.

Further more a HDD installed in a tower would last a lot longer than a DVD being taken out of box, put in a dvd drive etc...

NEXT....
benwoodcock;6113246
Sadly deals like this will be cold for the majority of HUKD until it's feasible to download ps3 game or blurays on a standard connection, the site seems to be full of pirates :(

Not voted :)


The world is full or pirates mate, cross my palm with silver or walk the plank :)
alternate;6118701
racist much?


It's from a TV programme called Fonejacker :thumbsup:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKwaeXE9pcU

I'd like to buy some doovdes, as I've got a new TV thats ready for the hud
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120 Bluray Blank Printable Ritek Discs for £199.81 incl p&p @ Opitical- Disc (£1.39 each)

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Bargain imo for Bluray Disks even though you have to buy 120 disks its still a bargain imo Can anyone beat this price for a decent brand Ritek are a great brand and u hardly get coasters. Onl…
breeville Avatar7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago41 Comments
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dar72;5581344
If blu-ray is even around in the long run...

I think it's a bad format, people don't need yet another optical media, legalised downloads are the way to go, forget "High Definition", most people can't even see the difference anyway...legal divx downloads are the way to go ;-). All this HD/Blu-Ray stuff is just another rip off to make people buy the same thing again or pay more for satellite services.

Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


Deaf and Blind!

Treat yourself to a decent sound system, you'll soon realise that MP3's at anything less than 320k sounds pants.

I bet you still use the headphones that come with your mp3 player dont you :)

As for the high def, I think you need to go to specsavers :)
how much is a good blu-ray burner,and which model etc? never looked in to it,
dar72;5581344
If blu-ray is even around in the long run...

I think it's a bad format, people don't need yet another optical media, legalised downloads are the way to go, forget "High Definition", most people can't even see the difference anyway...legal divx downloads are the way to go ;-). All this HD/Blu-Ray stuff is just another rip off to make people buy the same thing again or pay more for satellite services.

Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


are you blind? high definition is a massive step up from dvd nevermind divx. watch a 1080p bluray an a decent tv then watch a dvd or divx and you will see the difference.
The digital vs physical arguement isn't really necessary here, that is my point.

This is a Blu-Ray deal for people who obviously want discs for whatever reason, so I really don't see the point in banging on about the joys of digital :?
dar72;5581344
Do you still want CDs? Or would you rather have mp3? Again, mp3 is a lot more convenient than a cd, the quality is apparantly lower, but who can tell the difference? And if you really can tell the difference, does it really matter when it's so much more convenient? Why keep hundreds of CDs in bulky cases when you can keep a few hard disks?


If I pay for a CD or a DVD, then i want a physical copy of it, i want something to see with my money, an d something that won't get lost when it accidentally gets deleted. Digital Media? No thanks
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