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Posted 10 September 2010 - 05:44 AM

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Verbatim Blu-ray LTH Type Media

Verbatim BD-R LTH media is manufactured with an organic dye that turns the disc's reflectivity during recording from "low to high". Other BD-R discs use the "high to low" recording method. Additionally, BD-R LTH is manufactured on converted CD-R/DVD-R production lines, which utilize a spin coating process and allow excess materials to be recycled. These two cost-cutting measures let Verbatim pass along the savings to you. Upon introduction of the BD-R LTH media, key hardware manufacturers like Sony, Pioneer, Panasonic and LG have worked to assure that their burners are fully compatible. If your BD burner is a 2009 model or later it will most likely support recording and playback of BD-R LTH media. If your Blu-ray hardware was manufactured before 2009, check with the manufacturer for firmware updates. For detailed compatibility information, see our compatibility chart.

Before buying any of these disc's check Verbatim BDR LTH Compatibility chart....

Compatibility chart >>>>>>  http://www.verbatim....ibility2010.pdf



FYI, I've burned several Blu-Ray DVD's with these Verbatim BD-R LTH Type Media on a Pioneer SATA BDR-205BKS Writer with no problems and they play fine on a Panasonic DPM- BD65K Blu-ray Disc Player.

P.S. My Panasonic DMP- BD65K Blu-ray Disc Player is not on the list...

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