Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD Driver
Pioneer BDR-S09XLB Internal SATA 16x Blu-Ray BD/DVD RW Writer Burner Drive . 8x DVD±RW DVD Writer 2MB Black " IDE Optical Drive ODD Pioneer BDRMBK 12X SATA BD XL Internal Blu-ray Disk Writer Burner with Media. Pioneer BDRMBK Black, Type of drive: BD-RE; Recording on dual-layer Blu-ray discs: Yes; Interface connection: SATA; Accommodation: internal;. The BDRMBK is an internal BD/DVD/CD burner from Pioneer. This burner can write up to GB on a single BDXL Quad Layer disc (equal to 27 single Missing: ODD.
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Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD Driver
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I think I would stay away from those. Rich86 4th March I guess that's what got me annoyed and determined to hold them accountable in at least a small way.
I will open and try to use this 3rd spindle and see what we've got - something good like the 1st spindle - or trash like the 2nd. Then I can decide who Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD pester for a refund or replacement Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD Fry's, Inland who has already agreed to honor their 1 year warranty or Optodisc. Meritline received the bad spindle of OTCBDR media purchased there and posted the amount paid for it to my account for me to spend.
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These were purchased at Fry's under the Inland brand name. I tried to return them there - and got turned away not a surprise, but it was worth a shot.
Inland had already given me a RMA to return them since they have a 1 year warranty, so they are on the way back to Inland via USPS Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD mail" for replacement. One can only hope Inland has since changed suppliers for media sold under the Inland brand name and another bad spindle of OTCBDR doesn't show up on my doorstep. DVDean 5th March Seems doubtful they will send back anything better.
But one can hope. I have some Falcon 6x media on the Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD from a mail-order company, but I'd like to get started burning good discs tonight if I can.
DVDean 7th March I know that feeling: You finally reach that point where you're done risking your time and money on spinning the Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD Wheel of Chance. Hope someone from your area knows of a stash: Falcon's are not and will not be sold at the retail level.
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TDK and others that sell at retail Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD to give you cheap in order to make any profit in that market. Don't hesitate to contact Fred Perez fred.
He has been quite determined to keep Falcon USA media at a true professional quality level as other media companies struggle with losing money at the retail level and end up cutting the quality of their Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD "Professional" Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD to remain profitable. Ghitulescu 7th March Optical discs are not the mainstream storage option, so this market is small compared to the customers' one.
DVDean 8th March In fact, they do. The grade is determined by many factors.
The professional optical media market is still quite substantial. Ghitulescu 8th March I am not talking about grading "after" as in sampling the batches and those not fulfilling some criteria be sold as B gradeI was talking about having two lines: Also small companies that are required by the law to keep archives, like medical labs or notarial offices, use either MODs Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD magnetic tapes.
Adbear Trying to work out the consensus here: If you're in the UK and looking for a good cheap brand I've found PiiData Ritek seem to be very good and stable as long as you don't burn faster than their rated Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD, I've been using them since they first came out and so far over 3 years down the line and well over discs all of the discs Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD work I know this because I've just recently copied them RAID box You can get them from here http: My replacement spindle of BD-R media arrived from Inland.
This is the warranty replacement for the OPT media purchased at Fry's.
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It is not the same media as what I sent them maybe good news? Unfortunately, it is also not ink jet printable media, which Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD my preference and what I sent them for replacement. It has a blue label branded "ProHT powered by Inland". I read elsewhere this may be Philips media, but I haven't opened it yet Pioneer BDR-207MBK ODD check it out.