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Panasonic Blu-ray discs - confused.

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by SuperGoof, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. SuperGoof

    SuperGoof Well-Known Member

    Hi Everyone,

    I was just going to buy a dual layer 50GB rewritable Blu-ray disc. "Panasonic", because nothing else is available. (I would probably buy TDK if I could find them). All of a sudden, it turned out that 2 models of Panasonic 50GB BD-RE discs are available: LM-BE50A and LM-BE50D. There is also American model sold on Amazon: LM-BE50DE. Unfortunately, Amazon can only ship it to the US.



    I searched Google, and almost all of the articles I found were in Japanese. From what I found, it looks like LM-BE50A is intended for Blu-ray recorders, while LM-BE50D is for PCs. But they both are cartridgeless and BR-RE 2.1 compatible.

    Does anyone know the difference between the two discs? And which one will work with PS3 and other standalone players if I put BDMV movie on it - either authored myself or created with the help of AnyDVD HD?

    Last edited: Sep 17, 2007
  2. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    I have 3 Panasonic BDRE 50gb, but can't let you know until I get home (about 4 hours)

    Mine are LM-BE50A's, work fine with the Sony writer and play back fine in my PS3
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2007
  3. SuperGoof

    SuperGoof Well-Known Member


    Ordered one LM-BE50A today.

    Still would like to know what is the technical difference between the two discs though...
  4. Stormlord

    Stormlord Well-Known Member

    My 2 cents: One is probably intended for authoring (a) on hifi recorders, the order for data (d). Much like you needed special audio CDR discs for some hifi CD audio recorders.