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Can the Pioneer BDR-208DBK Read and Write 100GB (BD-R XL) Blu-Ray disc media?

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They advertise it as 25GB and 50GB disc support, I want to buy it but I want to make sure it can read the 100GB (BD-R XL) discs and if it also can burn them. Thanks.

This is the drive's page:
http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Computer/Computer+Drives/BDR-208DBK
Edited by megahmad - 11/21/13 at 4:18am
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It doesn't look like the Pioneer you linked to will support BDXL disks. If you're interested in BDXL, you can look at the LG burner I'm using. Linky.

That said, do you have a particular need for BDXL? Single layer BD-R disks aren't too bad if you want to burn lots of data, but BDXL disks are very costly and it might be waste depending on your application. Just food for thought is all. smile.gif
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Thanks for your reply, I will get that Blu-Ray you linked to, it's available in my local shop.
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Thanks for your reply, I will get that Blu-Ray you linked to, it's available in my local shop.

No problem, glad to help! smile.gif
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