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Do Blu-Ray readers offer superior reading and error correction?
BFG
post Dec 21 2012, 16:46
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As mentioned in another thread, I'm having some trouble ripping a few of my older, lower-quality CDs. One person suggested borrowing a new reader.

This got me to thinking: would a Blu-Ray reader offer superior reading and error correction on older (or more heavily damaged) CDs? It would make sense to me that they would due to the shorter wavelength of the laser, but I'm no physicist.
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probedb
post Dec 23 2012, 10:40
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I had to buy a separate DVD-RW drive because my Blu-Ray player just wasn't happy doing secure ripping on quite a lot of discs. Same discs in the DVD-RW are fine.

The list on dbPoweramp is quite old and doesn't list actual drives, rather what they are named in the device manager so it's quite hard to find them.
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