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What to buy?

Post by grumpydaddy on Sun Dec 19, 2010 10:53 am

Thinking of a bluray burner and have no experience or knowledge.

I expect usage to be < 100 burns a year so maybe does not have to be the dogs boll**** for speed but looking at prices Here I guess good or bad prices are similar.

Recommends from that page anyone?


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Re: What to buy?

Post by smduff on Sun Dec 19, 2010 10:57 am

The best dvd drives in my opinion are either Samsung or LG I steer clear of other models although Pioneer makes some good drives as well.
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Re: What to buy?

Post by zebadee on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:04 am

Hi smile:
I edited your post/link.
I like tidy... Wink
Pioneer are the tops in my book.
LG a close second.
Samsung are OK (just).
Lite-On (IMHO) are to be avioded.
I have all 3 ( Pioneer, LG & Lite-On) & the Lite_On is very picky.
Even when used as a reader.

So value for money is probably this Link
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Re: What to buy?

Post by grumpydaddy on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:14 am

Ok Steve, I'll look at This LG then

Thanks Zeb, While I'm asking is there somewhere I can read up on forum formatting? (I'll clean this one up when I see what you did)


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Re: What to buy?

Post by zebadee on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:30 am

grumpydaddy wrote:Ok Steve, I'll look at this one then

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/lg-bh10ls30auau10b-10x-blu-ray-writer-16x-dvdr-8x-plusrw-6x-rw-12x-ram-oem

Thanks Zeb, While I'm asking is there somewhere I can read up on forum formatting? (I'll clean this one up when I see what you did)

Hi smile:
You could try Here!
But basically all that was wrong with the link in your 1st post was "" marks.
Not sure if you added them or not.
But not required anyway. Wink
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Re: What to buy?

Post by zebadee on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:37 am

Hi smile:

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Post by grumpydaddy on Sun Dec 19, 2010 11:40 am

Good grief that is a whole new way of spending time on line. Mad

Yep, I had to look twice but I saw the ""'s in the end
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