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Bout time these started to drop! Good find :thumbsup:

voted hot good price

10 aone have been about £14 for ages,but mirror an aone dual layers are cheap crap.
and the fact they single layer blurays too.
prices do seem to be dropping but its still stupidly expensive.
but not as expenisve as a 50gig single

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think about it,would you buy cheap crap and then run it on a very expensive machine that will kill its laser.

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SNAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

dont see the point in buying these. you can buy br films now on line for 8 qiud.!!!!!!!!!

sim11;6030915

dont see the point in buying these. you can buy br films now on line for … dont see the point in buying these. you can buy br films now on line for 8 qiud.!!!!!!!!!



lol

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sim11;6030915

dont see the point in buying these. you can buy br films now on line for … dont see the point in buying these. you can buy br films now on line for 8 qiud.!!!!!!!!!



You're making the assumption that you'd only use these for movies!

master_chief;6031005

You're making the assumption that you'd only use these for movies!



what else would you use these for?

backing up data?
that's what HDD's are for (faster & more secure).

K1LLER HORNET;6031065

what else would you use these for?backing up data? that's what HDD's are … what else would you use these for?backing up data? that's what HDD's are for (faster & more secure).



And HD's are more likely to fail.

I use SSD's for my backup's

i see you are bringing up aone's, they were the worst disks ive ever used, a whole 50 tub produced 50 coasters, i will never buy another aone again by far the worst and if youre comparing them to these i cant see these being any good.

Im talking about about dvd aswell which dont go wrong unless you buy aone

Horrorwood;6031197

I use SSD's for my backup's



I use a group of elderly scribes with goose-quill pens sitting in front of a roaring fire for my backups.

JadeFox;6031206

i see you are bringing up aone's, they were the worst disks ive ever … i see you are bringing up aone's, they were the worst disks ive ever used, a whole 50 tub produced 50 coasters, i will never buy another aone again by far the worst and if youre comparing them to these i cant see these being any good.Im talking about about dvd aswell which dont go wrong unless you buy aone



these are on the same quality level as aones yes.
miss pressed underneath,uneven surface(parts thinner),blemishes,wonky 2nd plastic layer.

cheap for a reason

I am still unconvinced that now is the time to buy a blu ray player. Unless someone hacks a ps3 and you coupld play copied blu ray discs on it i will not even think about this. for the time being.

n00b;6031275

I use a group of elderly scribes with goose-quill pens sitting in front … I use a group of elderly scribes with goose-quill pens sitting in front of a roaring fire for my backups.



What is their random access time?

n00b;6031158

And HD's are more likely to fail.



not as likely as getting a bad burn on a BD or getting an scratched/unreadable disc.

you can't be serious in saying that data is more secure on optical media than a HDD :roll:

btw: HD = High Definition
HDD = Hard Disc Drive

n00b;6031275

I use a group of elderly scribes with goose-quill pens sitting in front … I use a group of elderly scribes with goose-quill pens sitting in front of a roaring fire for my backups.



If they are elderly and are exposed to the heat they might fall asleep. I hardly think this is a reliable method. :lazy:

K1LLER HORNET;6031595

not as likely as getting a bad burn on a BD or getting an … not as likely as getting a bad burn on a BD or getting an scratched/unreadable disc.you can't be serious in saying that data is more secure on optical media than a HDD :roll:btw: HD = High Definition HDD = Hard Disc Drive



I am serious. Hard drives have a higher failure rate, thats a fact. Burn to disk, stick it in a cupboard and 5 years later it'll still be there. Obviously if you use it as a frisbee during the day and a coaster it will get scratched but treat it well and you'll be ok.

HD was hard drive long before high definition came out, so you can use either.

janner66;6032435

If they are elderly and are exposed to the heat they might fall asleep. I … If they are elderly and are exposed to the heat they might fall asleep. I hardly think this is a reliable method. :lazy:



That's why I have the cattle prod.

K1LLER HORNET;6031595

you can't be serious in saying that data is more secure on optical media … you can't be serious in saying that data is more secure on optical media than a HDD.


If you think otherwise you are suffering from a head crash. i.e. your opinion is as reliable as a HDD. :whistling:

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K1LLER HORNET;6031065

what else would you use these for?backing up data? that's what HDD's are … what else would you use these for?backing up data? that's what HDD's are for (faster & more secure).



Use both! HDDs for storing data and quick retrieval and Optical for back ups. You'd be foolish to rely on one or the other.

Never had a HDD fail on me once in 7yrs.

Optical media seems so last century.......and come on, who's kidding who here guys, besides 'backing up' Blu-ray films who really needs 25gb or 50gb of disc space?

For every one genuine person with a true need there are how many copying films?
No need to be defensive about it, it's just part of the hypocrisy of the whole thing.
Sony sell Blu-ray disc and burner tech and as a movie studio pursue so-called 'pirates'.
It's a sick joke.

In my opinion at the rate Blu-ray burners are (not) falling in price Blu-ray films will have been and gone before it ever takes off as a back-up media
(which wouldn't surprise me if that was their deliberate intention all along).

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Gixxerman001;6037221

Never had a HDD fail on me once in 7yrs.Optical media seems so last … Never had a HDD fail on me once in 7yrs.Optical media seems so last century.......and come on, who's kidding who here guys, besides 'backing up' Blu-ray films who really needs 25gb or 50gb of disc space?For every one genuine person with a true need there are how many copying films?No need to be defensive about it, it's just part of the hypocrisy of the whole thing.Sony sell Blu-ray disc and burner tech and as a movie studio pursue so-called 'pirates'.It's a sick joke.In my opinion at the rate Blu-ray burners are (not) falling in price Blu-ray films will have been and gone before it ever takes off as a back-up media (which wouldn't surprise me if that was their deliberate intention all along).



Congratulations for never having a hard disk fail on you, however that statement is as useless as me going on a forum about flu to say I've never had it so don't worry about it (which I haven't but still doesn't mean it isn't a problem). Hard disk failure is a fact of computing life, it doesn't happen to every single disk but it is prevalent enough to be cautious enough to not wholly rely on them as a single backup solution.

I could certainly do with 25-50GB back up media, I know lots of people who could make use of them for data backup too. You need to stop living in your own little bubble, just because something doesn't apply to you doesn't mean it's irrelevant.

Beyond data backup, write-able Blu-Ray media has a legitimate function beyond piracy. Have you considered those with Full HD video cameras who want to put their home movies onto disc to play on their blu-ray players? What about those on film and media courses using high-definition for their movie projects? What about for archiving high definition TV shows on a standalone Blu-Ray player with recording functionality?

The fact that they can be used for piracy, and I admit the majority of people who purchase them probably do for that purpose, doesn't mean to say they shouldn't be sold. It's like saying we should ban the internet as pretty most most traffic on there is from P2P sharing, not to mention all the other stuff that happens on there like child porn distribution, terrorist communications and all the other illegal activity that the web is used for!

Gixxerman001;6037221

Never had a HDD fail on me once in 7yrs.


Have you heard of statistics? The size of your data sample makes your observation completely irrelevant.

Gixxerman001;6037221

Optical media seems so last century.


Hard drives were introduced in the 50s so are prehistoric compared to optical discs so your argument is facile.

Gixxerman001;6037221

and come on, who's kidding who here guys, besides 'backing up' Blu-ray … and come on, who's kidding who here guys, besides 'backing up' Blu-ray films who really needs 25gb or 50gb of disc space?


Have you ever heard of HD camcorders? The general idea is to copy footage from the camcorder to your PC’s hard drive and then you should back it up to external media and Blu-ray is a good choice for that.

I back up my replaceable data to an external HDD and the irreplaceable data also gets archived to optical media. If your PC suffers a serious electrical glitch whilst your external HDD is connected it could take out both drives and you are left looking at a very expensive bill to try and recover as much as data as you can.

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Just an update for people I bought these when they were posted the other month at £19.99. So far used 8 of them on an LG burner. All 8 burned fine and work on my burner, bro's external player (sony) and PS3. They were burned at 2x speed to be on the safe side, which did take forever! (just left it to run overnight).

GAVINLEWISHUKD;6045870

Just an update for people I bought these when they were posted the other … Just an update for people I bought these when they were posted the other month at £19.99. So far used 8 of them on an LG burner. All 8 burned fine and work on my burner, bro's external player (sony) and PS3. They were burned at 2x speed to be on the safe side, which did take forever! (just left it to run overnight).



They work on PS3 - that means they are profile 1.1 discs. I was a little hesitant because I wasn't sure if they were PS3 compatible. You have answered by question. I will now buy some, great price for full face printable that are PS3 compatible - thanks for the info.:thumbsup::thumbsup:

GAVINLEWISHUKD;6045870

Just an update for people I bought these when they were posted the other … Just an update for people I bought these when they were posted the other month at £19.99. So far used 8 of them on an LG burner. All 8 burned fine and work on my burner, bro's external player (sony) and PS3. They were burned at 2x speed to be on the safe side, which did take forever! (just left it to run overnight).



This are down to £15.99 so not bad at all, I am considering getting the burner now.

Quick question if you burn movies into a Bluray disc like a data disc, can you play the avi files in the PS3?

Also how long did it take you to burn one disc? When you said forever was it like 1 hr, 2hr ?
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