Old 06-21-2007, 11:05 AM #1
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I found this on another forum and though i'd share it here.They look more like burn marks to me?? maybe blu-ray will become unpopular due to this, and what would they do with all the blue lasers... sell them cheap ;D ;D ;D (hopefully)


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Old 06-21-2007, 01:10 PM #2
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Scary stuff, that !
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maybe blu-ray will become unpopular for this reason, and they will not have any sales, then what?? : they will have to get rid of them? CHEAP ;D ;D ;D
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This is common with cheap media and not just subject to blue-ray.

They have a layer of organic dye which gets altered in burning process.
This is what you are actually writing on.
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I must have read 4000 pages about Blu-ray and blu-ray rot last night ! WOW...this is not hte first time it has happened with Sony, either - the video laser disk players ? Recall those ? Yeah - lots of those experienced the same thing ! So - this leads me to think that blu-ray could EASILY become the Beta-max of this decade if they don't get their heads out of their collective asses, and fast ! HD-dvd and Blu-ray are almost neck and neck in this race for formatting.....if this becomes too widespread, blu-ray will be a forgotten technology by the end of the year. Horrible thing that - but I have two diodes incoming (thanks, Psuedo !) soon - building SteveTexas and I a couple of blu-ray lasers hopefully.....the SenKat/Sonar hybrid will live ! Muahahahahahaha ! 8-)
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i really want a blu-ray laser, but i don't have $1000 at the moment :'( it would be so cool having a violet laser, and no one else in australia would muahahaha 8-)
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Things....MAKE ONE ! :-) hehehehehe

You can buy the Sonar case from Wicked for $50.00, and you can buy the blu-ray diodes from ebay for around $80, so you can build one yourself for less than $150, and save $1850 off of the purchase price that Wicked asks for ! LOL !!! Weeeee-hooooo !
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