Maybe 2x is a better choice but I am not going to spend another disc to find out. Surprisingly, the Panasonic seems to like this media and burns it better at 6x than the Lite-On could ever manage. My physical install went fine, but my computer didn’t recognize the drive in File Explorer but it did in Device Manager. The drive detected the Prodisc blanks and offered to write them at 4x. It would be good for the shipper to place a short note that the drive needs to be physically opened and a disc inserted for first use. If anyone finds that this is not working, try to change your Blu Ray playing software. Displaying 1 – 9 of 28 reviews Paginate left 1 – Current Page 2 3 Paginate right.
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The tray refused to open. The drive happily wrote the disc at the rated speed of 6x, using a CAV strategy. You dont need driver for to read it and as Matsshita can do it all but you need to have BluRay software to burn it such as CyberLink.
Lets see if the Panasonic likes these ….
Firmwares are also rare and far between. This BD-RE is a great product: It detected and offered to burn at 6x, and it came out with only a uu glitch when read out by itself.
Panasonic Matshita Uj UJ a B C SATA 6x BD Blu-ray Re-writer Burner Slim | eBay
Blu-ray Write Quality Assessment I only have a limited selection of media around me right now, unfortunately. All three cross-checkers had no problem with it at all either.
So if you want to record, you have to buy additional software like Nero. Does the job pretty well This works exactly like its supposed to. Matshiat powered by WordPress.
The drive detected the Prodisc blanks and offered to write them at 4x. October 22, at 6: None of the cross-check readers encountered any problems, however, as can be expected. The first disc was written successfully, and the drive itself read it back flawlessly at 6x.
This item is awesome, I really recommend it a lot Click for more about me! Unfortunately, this drive looks as to have been tested before shipment and that meant someone set the region code to 2, whereas I live in region 4, so I lost one region change out of the box. Now have all the capabilities I want, in the same space.
You need to stick to either 2x CLV where it seems to do acceptably, or use 6x CAV if your media supports it, and even then, not without risk. Or better, a Pioneer if you can find one.
Panasonic Matshita Uj-240 UJ240 a B C SATA 6x BD Blu-ray Re-writer Burner Slim
Good deal Great deal on a nice slim drive. Not the real deal! This entry was posted in Computing and tagged blurayoptical discreviewstoragetesting. It is clear, Z-CLV strategy is thy enemy as the 4x zone is poorly written. The cross-check readers show minor undulations, but nothing severe. A cross-check was also made with my most recent acquisition, a Pioneer BDRDBK more on this in another postwhich also had difficulties.
March 9, at Does not work very well Why is this review inappropriate? This is another quality disc, so it should do well … It detected as a 4x disc and interestingly chose to burn using a P-CAV strategy rather than a Z-CLV strategywhich is faster and normally preferable!
Now it operates as anticipated I have watched blu-ray and burned several blu-ray discs, so I’m completely satisfied. Before asking for mattshita RMA I posted to a forum with my problems and a respondent suggested opening the drive tray physically paper clip in the eject hole. The readback from the burner is perfectly fine, lets see what the Maatshita thinks.
Maybe 2x is a better choice but I am not going to spend another disc to find out.