Pioneer Blu Ray / DVDRW (BDC-202BK)
Posted by: Mac on: 13.10.2008 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Removing the BDC202-BK from its “oem” packaging we get our first proper look at it. Nothing spectacular, but then I don’t know why I thought it should look any different to any other optical drive?
Onto the rear of the drive we find the usual connections, the Sata data and power connectors, as well as the audio output connector plus one “unknown” connector.
The top of the drive carries the mandatory LASER warning label. The label also has the diagram for the rear connections not that you can go wrong with sata connections, no mention of the strange 10 way connector though.
Again, as with the Pioneer DVDRW I looked at recently, the front of the drive carries no Pioneer logo just a basic front which when fitted could be any generic drive. The only real thing that signifies this as something a little different is the Blu Ray logo in the centre of the tray.
The operating instructions, in several different languages, come on a large single sheet of paper. That’s pretty much all I can show you so I’ll get the BDC202-BK installed and tested.
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