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Thread: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

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    What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    Hi friends I just need to know what the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30 writer. You know that I have used both the writers in my computer but were unable to know the differences as both were working normally. Yes but my WH10LS30 writer was giving some problems then finally I replaced it with BH10LS30. I also saw that both of them were running at the same speed. It seems these 2 drives have the same specs so whatís the difference between them? Thus anyone noticed the difference between them?

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    Well my friend has the WH10LS30 and the front of it is black, so yes I also wonder what the difference was. I suppose if anyone knew the breakdown of the model numbers of local governments, which each set of numbers means you probably help a lot. The WH10 and BH10 and firmware are the same for all attempts. The WH can be cross flashed to a BH and again. It really seems that WH is just the model # for the commercial market, Bosnia and Herzegovina for the consumer market.

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    I have the WH10LS30. It is black, and far enhanced than my iHES108 in every way. The IHES started ignoring read errors after a measly 10 discs. DVD and BD are equal. I am very disappointed. The LG Lite-on smoke in reading speeds, and makes doing a better job. I sure hope Lite-on does not escape. One of my best albums was a Lite-On. Fortunately, the IHES is guaranteed for 2 months or more. I burned a Verbatim BD LTH. Imgburn compared with data on the disk and passed with flying colors. Unfortunately, LTH discs are not compatible with a wide range of devices but apparently someone has put their LTH discs in the sun for a few days and is still played smoothly.

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    Yes, just got the LG WH10LS30 (K) and very good so far, when it comes down to $ 79.99 We all want the media to come down in price, now that they have broken the $ 100 price cieling Burner - it's time to stop being greedy media prices too. A disk of 50 GB can go anywhere from $ 6.50 to $ 20 each, while 25 GB single layer of $ 1? Well even I donít have much idea about the difference but sort of.

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    LG WH10LS30 is very appropriate, will be sufficient for your needs, drivers are not needed as Windows 7 has them and the album was instantly recognized. They burned DVDs and Blu-Ray really fast; writing programs for the unit are provided and many others are available, use your best option. I was very surprised at the quality in the price of this unit was offered, paid less than $ 100 and have not looked back. In the media eats everything I put in, no coasters for BD-R 25GB 4x optical quantum took and burned at a speed much higher, oh! What a bargain, 10 for $ 9.99 each, I bought 100.

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    Try to 2X. Each quantum optics (Philips) I have burned in the various sources WH10LS30 ends with a red ugly mistakes of the past concert item 19. Burned in 2 to 8. And a bad speed falls in the TRT in the end. I worry about the longevity of the burns on. On the positive side, $ 1.00/ea Acro-circle and Optodiscs @ 4X Merax burns much cleaner, with good TRT. It may be a better choice for this unit?

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    Re: What is the difference between LG WH10LS30 and LG BH10LS30

    The LTH verbatims burns very well at 2X. I had no problem with them. I would rather burn at 4X. However, you're probably right. For the sake of longevity, 2X may be the best idea. People have had the good fortune beyond 4X burning with quantum optics. Maybe not with the LG though? Whether the LG drive or my hard WD20EARS not like to burn at 6X however. Twice so far, who resigned in the mid of work? Imgburn reported more or less, "Stopped the flow of data." It could be the buffer, could be the hard drive. And given the price of BD media, makes it difficult to trouble shoot the problem.

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