11-28-2006 12:49 PM #1
Plextor PX-B900A Blu-ray burner reviewed. 88/100
Originally Posted by The articleI love all High-Def media regardless of format.
My home theatre:
HDTV: LG 55" Passive 3D LED HDTV 240Hz
Receiver/speakers: Yamaha YHT-270 5.1 650 Watts
Blu-ray player: PlayStation 3 20GB with a 250GB drive installed
Cable: Comcast Digital Cable with HBO, Showtime & DVR (HD channels 1080i)
Remote: Logitech Harmony One
11-28-2006 04:05 PM #2
Well the first DVD Burners took over an hour to burn 4.7gb of data, I wouldn't expect Blu-Ray to be any faster out of the gate. HD-DVD burners I would expect to be faster since they are based on the same DVD burner technology that has already been evolved several times over the years.
Only time will tell if that assumption is true though.
11-29-2006 10:18 AM #3
Well given the price of the drive (and discs) right now, I think I'll be sticking to my DVD writer for now. Plus, I don't have the need to burn that much data right now anyway!
06-14-2007 12:34 PM #4
Mischa.Xbox 360 & Playstation Network Gamer Tag mischa316
Toshiba HD-A2 HD DVD Player. HD DVD Disks 21.
Magnavox Blu Ray Player & 80GB PS3 Blu Rays 30.
42" Philips 1080i w/Ambilight Plasma TV.
Philips FR 968 Receiver.
06-14-2007 07:27 PM #5
I would like to be able to burn Blu-rays because I would use them for backing up my files on my PC. Of course I want them at a descent speed.Mac Fan
BD Movies: Iron Man, Ghost Rider, Hitman, Casino Royale, Spiderman Trilogy, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The Patriot, American Psycho, Flight of the Phoenix, Pirates of the Caribbean 1, 2, and 3, Superman The Movie, Fantastic 4: ROTSS, Hellboy, and Eragon
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