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  1. As far as I know only LG officially stated support of 100 GB discs for UBK80 and 90 models , here is the spec:

    Profile & Playable Disc
    BD profile version 6.0/5.0/2.0/1.1
    USB playback Yes
    External HDD playback (via USB) Yes
    UBD-ROM/UBD-R/UBD-RE Yes
    BD-ROM/BD-R/BD-RE Yes
    DVD-ROM/DVD±R/DVD±RW Yes
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  2. Originally Posted by rom1978 View Post
    As far as I know only LG officially stated support of 100 GB discs for UBK80 and 90 models , here is the spec:

    Profile & Playable Disc
    BD profile version 6.0/5.0/2.0/1.1
    USB playback Yes
    External HDD playback (via USB) Yes
    UBD-ROM/UBD-R/UBD-RE Yes
    BD-ROM/BD-R/BD-RE Yes
    DVD-ROM/DVD±R/DVD±RW Yes

    That means the UBK90 can read BDXL???
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  3. UBD-ROM/UBD-R/UBD-RE - do those exist?
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  4. I can confirm that BDXL 100gb doesn’t work on ubk90
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  5. Originally Posted by kulkoff View Post
    I can confirm that BDXL 100gb doesn’t work on ubk90

    ok thks
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  6. BDXL 100GB doesn't work on ub820
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  7. Ubk90 plays bdxl 66gb (burned to 2 layers only). Works with verbatim burned at x2 speed
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    Originally Posted by kulkoff View Post
    Ubk90 plays bdxl 66gb (burned to 2 layers only). Works with verbatim burned at x2 speed
    So that is one more player, good to know.

    Have you tried burning 3 layers?, there are some Sony BD RE 100gb on ebay for 12 euros.

    Tried one but my X700 won't read it.
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  9. Yeah i tried Verbatim burned 3 layers at x2 speed — it won’t read it, only 2 layers works
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    Guys if you can find them get your hands on the Ultra HD Blu-ray Player DMP-UB900GNK it will play everything dual layer and triple.

    only downside at the moment I have found is that the Ultra HD Blu-ray Player DMP-UB900GNK doesn't have dolby vision but I think it will come soon when Panasonic release the 9000 series.

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    I think i made a rookie mistake with the Sony X700, i recorded a few BD XL, and since the Sony played them...but i never actually watched a whole movie on a BD XL until yesterday, only to find out that once the Sony reaches the 2nd layer the movie stops and jumps to the main menu.

    Tried some other discs, including original ones, and the pattern is there, with a BD XL once it reaches the 2nd layer, bye bye.

    So while it actually read these kind of discs giving you some initial happines...it does not play them properly, at least mine.
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  12. Originally Posted by cesarleeds View Post
    I think i made a rookie mistake with the Sony X700, i recorded a few BD XL, and since the Sony played them...but i never actually watched a whole movie on a BD XL until yesterday, only to find out that once the Sony reaches the 2nd layer the movie stops and jumps to the main menu.

    Tried some other discs, including original ones, and the pattern is there, with a BD XL once it reaches the 2nd layer, bye bye.

    So while it actually read these kind of discs giving you some initial happines...it does not play them properly, at least mine.
    I confirm the same, when arriving at the second layer of the BDXL the Sony stops the reproduction. Does the same thing happen with the LG???
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  13. Got my Panasonic DMP-UB900 yesterday. Can verify that it reads and plays my Verbatim BDXL discs without issues.
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  14. Originally Posted by zizux View Post
    Originally Posted by cesarleeds View Post
    I think i made a rookie mistake with the Sony X700, i recorded a few BD XL, and since the Sony played them...but i never actually watched a whole movie on a BD XL until yesterday, only to find out that once the Sony reaches the 2nd layer the movie stops and jumps to the main menu.

    Tried some other discs, including original ones, and the pattern is there, with a BD XL once it reaches the 2nd layer, bye bye.

    So while it actually read these kind of discs giving you some initial happines...it does not play them properly, at least mine.
    I confirm the same, when arriving at the second layer of the BDXL the Sony stops the reproduction. Does the same thing happen with the LG???
    No, my UBK90 wouldn’t read the disc at all if burned all 3 layers, but 2 layers reads no problem
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  15. Originally Posted by kulkoff View Post
    Originally Posted by zizux View Post
    Originally Posted by cesarleeds View Post
    I think i made a rookie mistake with the Sony X700, i recorded a few BD XL, and since the Sony played them...but i never actually watched a whole movie on a BD XL until yesterday, only to find out that once the Sony reaches the 2nd layer the movie stops and jumps to the main menu.

    Tried some other discs, including original ones, and the pattern is there, with a BD XL once it reaches the 2nd layer, bye bye.

    So while it actually read these kind of discs giving you some initial happines...it does not play them properly, at least mine.
    I confirm the same, when arriving at the second layer of the BDXL the Sony stops the reproduction. Does the same thing happen with the LG???
    No, my UBK90 wouldn’t read the disc at all if burned all 3 layers, but 2 layers reads no problem
    But have you tried to watch the whole movie? In the Sony X-700 when you get to the second layer of the bdxl the movie stops and returns to the beginning.
    Today we still don´t have any player that can read the bdxl, only Panasonic UB900, the new Pioneer either?
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    Don't burn It with imgburn, use the dvdfab burner, x2 Speed, its perfeckt, and the disk don't stop It.
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  17. Originally Posted by Hell71 View Post
    Don't burn It with imgburn, use the dvdfab burner, x2 Speed, its perfeckt, and the disk don't stop It.
    I used imgburn and toast titanium obtaining the same result.

    Can you explain how you record a bdxl with dvdfab?? In mode clone/burn just let it make an iso and don´t let it record. In mode full disc if you selected bd100 doesn´t leave either.You have to select bd66 but the process lasts only about 5 minutes and generates an irreproducible disk.
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    Yes, you must use the dvdfab programm to burn the disc, use the setting 66gb, you must use Only the First and second layer from the disc. Films they are over 66 GB you can't see in the standalone player, they not do It.
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    Here you can see.
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  20. BDXL recorded with dvdfab burner, x2 speed and the result is the same in the Sony as in the Oppo, when reaching the second layer the disc goes to jumps and returns to the beginning. It certainly doesn´t work for me.
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    I have a sony x700 and i see the film perfektly.
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