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BluRay drive that can overread?, Is there any out there?
Krause
post Mar 7 2013, 21:19
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Has there ever been any BluRay drives that have the ability to read into the lead in/out of a audio CD? I was considering picking up a CD/DVD RW drive like an older used Plextor PX-755SA but if there is any BluRay drives that can do that then I would much rather go that rout (current PC case is compact and only has 1 5.25 bay). Ripping speed isn't really a concern, I know most really arent that fast compared to the dedicated CD/DVD drives.

Any info on this would be really appreciated!
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EagleScout1998
post Mar 8 2013, 07:44
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If you're talking about ripping those tracks hidden in the pre-gap, I have an HP Blu-Ray burner that has no trouble with them.
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post Mar 8 2013, 09:37
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Overreading into lead-in/lead-out is not the same as ripping hidden track 1 audio (HTOA), and the two need not correlate.
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post Mar 8 2013, 13:07
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True, though the latter is far more useful than the former. I'm being kind by giving any credence to the idea that the former has any use at all.


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Krause
post Mar 8 2013, 14:11
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I have a Pioneer BDR-203 that has no problems with HTOA also, I just curious if there were any BluRay drives in existence with the ability to read into the lead in/lead out.
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post Apr 13 2013, 08:27
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Same here. I'm also looking for a new BluRay burner that is good at DAE. It's a shame that daefeatures.co.uk doesn't seem to get updated anymore.

The perfect drive would be one that:
  • supports Accurate Stream;
  • does not cache audio;
  • actually reports C2 error;
  • can read HTOA;
  • can read into lead-in/lead-out;


Strangely, the last known best drive (on paper), according to daefeatures.co.uk, is the LITE-ON iHAP422-98, as it has all of the characteristics mentioned above.
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post Jun 17 2013, 17:32
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Anyone know of any blu-ray burners currently in production that can do HTOA?


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