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cant believe these still cost this much
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What do people use these for besides ripping blurays?
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Can I mine Bitcoin with this?
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Quote from TheRedEyeBandit :
What do people use these for besides ripping blurays?
Some people use these for archiving data. The M-Disc Blu-rays are rated to store data for 1000 years.

https://amzn.to/3PndxhL

https://www.mdisc.com/
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This is an OK deal, but this version of the BDR-212 does not support BDXL or 4k discs. For only $10 more you can get an LG WH16NS40 [amazon.com] that does both.
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Last edited by jkilez August 16, 2022 at 04:38 AM. Reason: Fixed link.
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At this mature stage of BD development, you definitely want one which can do everything...get one which supports BDXL, 4k, and has a large community of support for updated firmwares. Cant beat the aforementioned LG for that.
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Quote from LUNZDEALS :
Some people use these for archiving data. The M-Disc Blu-rays are rated to store data for 1000 years.
I was there, Gandalf. I was there 3000 years ago...
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Do the LG support fast Blu ray ripping
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Quote from jkilez :
This is an OK deal, but this version of the BDR-212 does not support BDXL or 4k discs. For only $10 more you can get an LG WH16NS40 [amazon.com] that does both.
link seems to be missing an S at the end
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I'm glad to see that modern cases are starting to revive support for optical drives, like the Fractal Pop Air. For a while all the manufactures went out of their way to make their cases conspicuously drive-less on the front panel, even when the frames still had plenty of space inside. I know not everyone needs an optical drive these days, but it doesn't hurt to have the option.
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Anyone ever digitized old vhs tapes? Been wanting to do that for some family tapes but I always read mixed reviews

I had an insignia one but could never get it to work.
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Wow. Have not seen one of these in years. Can't believe they still cost this much.
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Quote from jkilez :
This is an OK deal, but this version of the BDR-212 does not support BDXL or 4k discs. For only $10 more you can get an LG WH16NS40 [amazon.com] that does both.
I recommend this as well as one of the few UHD friendly drives available for ripping.
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Quote from chaoss :
Anyone ever digitized old vhs tapes? Been wanting to do that for some family tapes but I always read mixed reviews

I had an insignia one but could never get it to work.

I'm actually looking into doing that soon. I have an old VHS to DVD-R player..was planning in ripping them to that. Then using the DVDs to make a digital copy. Just haven't got around to it. Some of the tapes are from the 1990s, I'm surprised how watchable they still are, well minus the shaky camera. LMAO
There are a lot of gadgets now to do it, but they are all 1:1 speed so you are stuck with it connected to your PC for all that time, and reviews are iffy on the ones I've seen.
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