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  • Package Weight:2.000kilogram
  • Orig.:US$187.48
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Pioneer Blu-ray BDR-208EBK BDXL Burner

The BDR-208EBK also has features such as PowerRead™, Auto Quiet mode, PureRead2, and QuickPlay. PowerRead4 can provide smoother movie playback when a disc has fingerprints or minor surface scratches.

Auto Quiet mode intelligently adjusts the disc rotation speed to reduce noise (useful while watching movies or listening to music), PureRead automatically adjusts drive parameters to minimize sound glitches during music playback, and QuickPlay reduces the time between inserting a disc and that disc being ready. For movies on DVD and Blu-ray, the disc is ready faster than with the BDR-207EBK.

Remember, data doesn't exist until it exists twice! So secure your data by backing it up on a disc.

Store more data
Up to 156% more data storage capacity than a 50GB Dual Layer Blu-ray Disc. The BDXL™ format supports BDXL Blu-ray media (including 128GB Quad Layer (QL) and 100GB Triple Layer (TL) Blu-ray Disc™).

Watch 3D movies
The BDR-2208 is 3D compatible and comes bundled with 3D playback software. All you need for your 3D experience is a 3D display system2.

Faster burning
Up to 15x3 writing on BD-R single-layer discs, 14x on BD-R DL discs, and 8x writing on BD-R triple-layer discs.

Smooth movie playback
Scratches, fingerprints and other abnormalities on the surface of a disc can sometimes cause Blu-ray and DVD movie playback to stop. When a PowerRead enabled drive is not able to read through obstructed areas of a disc, it will attempt to move forward quickly to the next available data point, resulting in smoother Blu-ray and DVD movie playback4.

A better music experience
Scratches and fingerprints on your CDs can cause them to skip. A drive normally makes a calculated guess at the unreadable data and attempts to correct this to match the original music. However this is not 100% accurate. PureRead, when enabled, makes the drive reread the obscured data to extract the original music as accurately as possible5.


Write Speed
BD-R Single Layer 15x .
BD-R Dual Layer 14x .
BD-RE Single Layer 2x .
BD-RE Dual Layer 2x .
DVD-R 16x .
DVD-R Dual Layer 8x .
DVD-RW 6x .
DVD+R 16x .
DVD+R Double Layer 8x .
DVD+RW 8x .
DVD-RAM 5x .
CD-R 40x .
CD-RW 24x

Read Speeds
BD-ROM Single Layer 12x .
BD-ROM Dual Layer 18x .
BD-R/RE Single Layer 10x .
BD-R/RE Dual Layer 6x .
BD-ROM Single and Dual Layer 12x and 8x .
BD-R Single Layer 12x .
BD-RE Single Layer 10x .
DVD-ROM (Single Layer) 16x .
DVD-ROM (Dual Layer) 8x .
DVD-R/+R 16x .
DVD-R DL / +R DL
(Dual/Double Layer) 12x .
DVD-RW / +RW 12x .
DVD-RAM 5x .
DVD-R, DVD-RW 16x, 12x .
DVD+R, +RW 16x, 12x .
CD-ROM 40x .
CD-R 40x .
CD-RW 24x