You dont need driver for to read it and as WIndow can do it all but you need to have BluRay software to burn it such as CyberLink. Great value but you’re on your own for install Five stars for sure, but if you’re not computer savvy you may be frustrated on the install. Even though this is a nock off, it is sill a good unit. A cross-check was also made with my most recent acquisition, a Pioneer BDRDBK more on this in another post , which also had difficulties. Or better, a Pioneer if you can find one.
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The readback with the burner had a tiny blip, but nothing too major.
Review: Panasonic/Matsushita UJ240 6x Slim SATA Blu-ray Writer
Even though this is a nock off, it is sill a good unit. October 22, at 6: The disc was detected and only 4x was offered. Skip to main content. It does have blocks and bunches of error spikes, which suggests the power control of the laser might not be working as well as it can be.
A cross-check was also made matshia my most recent acquisition, a Pioneer BDRDBK more on this in another postwhich also had difficulties.
This is another quality disc, so it matsyita 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! Alas, the Lite-On thought no better — in fact, this disc was worse.
While LTH media offers no great compelling benefits to the end user, these discs were purchased as a curiosity, and burnt well to extremely well. If anyone finds that this is not working, try to change your Blu Ray playing software.
You dont need driver for to read it and as WIndow can do it all but you magshita to have BluRay software to burn it such as CyberLink.
This is another quality disc, so it should do well …. Maybe an LG for around the same price.
Review: Panasonic/Matsushita UJ 6x Slim SATA Blu-ray Writer | Gough’s Tech Zone
My physical install went fine, but my computer didn’t recognize the drive in File Explorer but it did in Device Manager.
Lets see if the Panasonic likes these … The disc was detected and only 4x was offered. If you like to travel, this is probably not the drive for you. The readback on the burner itself looks happy. These are cheap discs, which work surprisingly well with my gear.
Needed a BD burner for my laptop, this is it, works great with Ubuntu and Windows 7 and Lets see what the Panasonic makes of it.
This works exactly like its supposed to. Shortly after I purchased this Item, I found a local retail store near me that sells the same t hing for almost half the price.
It took a few weeks before it got here in a plain cardboard box, but I was so excited that I had already swapped the face plates and screwed the attachment tongue to the drive! This drive was a UJ of hardware revision 1. But how well does it write?
The result from the Lite-On seems to suggest the burn could be better. There were no read errors with the Pioneer drive, although many difficulties.
The Panasonic drive said nothing about LTH, so lets give it a try. Burning at 2x seems to be the safest option with this drive, and even then, I have some reservations. Why is this review inappropriate?
I only have a limited selection of media around me right now, unfortunately. 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. It detected and offered to burn at 6x, and it came out with only uh tiny glitch when read out by itself. March 9, at