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Aone 4x BD-R Blu-Ray Full Face Inkjet Printable Discs - 25GB - 10pk - £7.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop
Aone 4x BD-R Blu-Ray Full Face Inkjet Printable Discs - 25GB - 10pk - £7.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

Aone 4x BD-R Blu-Ray Full Face Inkjet Printable Discs - 25GB - 10pk - £7.99 Delivered @ 7 Day Shop

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The advent of Blu-ray technology has led to the introduction of high capacity storage discs to meet the demand caused by the rapid growth of high definition television (HDTV). Blu-ray discs get their name from blue laser technology. The shorter wavelength of the laser is the reason it is blue in colour. The blue laser has a wavelength of 405nm compared with the wavelength of 650nm for DVD which utilises red laser technology. The benefit of having a blue laser with a shorter wavelength means it is possible to write smaller data pits and therefore vastly increase the amount of data on the disc. Blu-ray discs offer 3 to 5 times the storage capacity of a standard recordable DVD disc, enabling the recording, rewriting and playback of high definition video (HD).

- 1-4x Write Speed
- High Capacity - 25GB
- Laser Wavelength: 405nm
- Hard Coat protective layer
- Full face printable
- Extremely long archival life
- Excellent playback performance

21 Comments

Tempted, but need DL BD-R which hold 50GB! Even better if they RW. Still hot though.

Original Poster

Whats DL before the BD-R sorry?

MrJinxy

Whats DL before the BD-R sorry?



Dual Layer.

Dual Layer... literally doubles the capacity. Hard to come by those ones at a reasonable price (probably to prevent piracy). I need them for backing up though.

would you be able to burn an MKV to play on bluray or would it need to be converted to a more playable type?

greekmick

would you be able to burn an MKV to play on bluray or would it need to be … would you be able to burn an MKV to play on bluray or would it need to be converted to a more playable type?



Depends on what you're playing it on, but should be able to read the BD as a data disc, and run the file as normal.

Starting to get to mainstream affordable levels now.

been £8.19 on ebuyer for sometime if you prefer a more reliable shop

ebuyer.com/pro…269

bargain voted hot

greekmick

would you be able to burn an MKV to play on bluray or would it need to be … would you be able to burn an MKV to play on bluray or would it need to be converted to a more playable type?

ws007

been £8.19 on ebuyer for sometime if you prefer a more reliable … been £8.19 on ebuyer for sometime if you prefer a more reliable shophttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/180269


Yes, if your Blu-Ray player plays MKV files natively (like, say, off a hard drive) it should be able to play them off a burned Blu-Ray disk, which will be a data disk because actual Blu-Ray video disks use an MPEG-2 codec and need a specific file structure. To get it to play as a Blu-Ray video disk in a standard player you'd have to author it properly, which you do using a suitable program which will convert the video file and prepare the file system for you.


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Last time I ordered from 7DayShop the disks took about 10 days to arrive and were not full face printable as they had been described (the only reason I ordered them), so I wasn't impressed.

Hot. Ordered 2 packs. Hope they work well!

£7.99 for a tub seems a tad expensive

Pablo147

£7.99 for a tub seems a tad expensive



Find it cheaper and tell us all!

Voted hot.
Bluray recordable is starting to look affordable at last.

these guys are idiots.

I ordered some Sumvision BDR from them a while back, to be told they were out of stock and would send them when they got them back in. A month later they email me to say they are instock and have sent them, I got them 11 days later and they were these Aones. Firstly the Aones were 9.99 at the time, Sumvisions were 12quid or so, the Sumvisions have a better printable surface so I wanted them. I was **** at being charged for the sumvisions but recieving the aones, emailed them and told them so and got a reply basically saying `Send them back if your not happy. we couldn't get the sumvisions so just sent these!' no apology of any form and no answer to my question of why I was still charged for the sumvisions!

Great price, but stay away from them. You can get them at Scan for a few pennies more and recieve them the next day.

lol

unless you need portability bluray is a waste of money

10 x 25gb = 250gb @ 8.00 = 0.032/ gb

a 1TB hard drive
1000gb @ £36.00 = 0.036/gb

the choice is yours..... (_;)

the coffee man

lolunless you need portability bluray is a waste of money10 x 25gb = … lolunless you need portability bluray is a waste of money10 x 25gb = 250gb @ 8.00 = 0.032/ gba 1TB hard drive1000gb @ £36.00 = 0.036/gbthe choice is yours..... (_;)



Fortunately, blu-ray discs are not just for backing up data.

reddragon105

Blu-Ray video disks use an MPEG-2 codec and need a specific file … Blu-Ray video disks use an MPEG-2 codec and need a specific file structure.



Some do but bluray also use AVC and VC 1 codecs.

How reliable are these aone bdr disks?

I remember when I used to burn DVD disks, the cheaper disks were nightmare:
1. Sometimes, a burn failure would occur, requiring me to re-burn the same disk with a new disk
2. Even if burnt correctly a year or so later, a lot of the data was unreadable.

In the end, I realised the cheap disks were a false economy and stuck with Verbatim dvd-r disks.

So, are these disks similar to the old DVD disks, which could fail their burn or is blu-ray writing slightly different and more reliable?

Bought 50 of these from ebuyer, 30 in and no failures yet, they are Philips R04 discs.

Bought some and they play perfect on my sony bluray player
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