12x Internal BD/DVD/CD Burner. Supports BDXL™ media. Cyberlink® software included. SATA interface.

  • Our most powerful and full-featured drive.
  • Reads and Writes to BDXL media (up to 128GB on one disc)
  • Auto Quiet Mode, PowerRead™, and PureRead 2 features
  • Up to 12x writing speed on BD-R & BD-R DL media



Looking for our most powerful and full featured drive?  Don't want to settle for less than the best?  Then the BDR-2207 is the perfect drive for you.  The BDR-2207 is an internal SATA Blu-ray, DVD, and CD burner that supports the new BDXL format, which has available triple layer (TL) and quad layer (QL) Blu-ray media1.

Need software to tackle all your playback, editing, authoring and burning needs?  The BDR-2207 is bundled with CyberLink Media Suite 8, which includes PowerDVD 10 BD3D, PowerDirector® 9, and Power2Go® 7.  PowerDVD 10 BD3D delivers award winning playback software and supports playback of Blu-ray Disc 3D titles.  PowerDVD will even convert your 2D video files and DVDs into a 3D experience, and will upscale standard-definition content to high-definition quality.  PowerDirector 9 allows you to import your home movies, edit them, and then author them to Blu-ray Disc or DVD, or upload them to social media sites.  Power2Go 7 gives you the ability to burn your valuable files to Blu-ray (including triple and quad layer BDXL discs), DVD or CD media.  With BDXL support, you can now back up your files with fewer discs than ever before.

Running out of hard drive space?  Afraid your hard drives will crash and you will lose your irreplaceable files?  With triple layer and quad layer BDXL media, you can store up to 128GB on a single disc.  That's the equivalent of 27 single layer DVD discs or 15 dual layer DVD discs.  And with up to 12x2 write speeds on BD-R and BD-R DL media, you can do it fast.

The BDR-2207 also has features such as PowerRead™, Auto Quiet mode, PureRead2, and QuickStart.  PowerRead can provide smoother movie playback when a disc has fingerprints or minor surface scratches.  Auto Quiet mode intelligently adjusts the disc rotation speed to reduce noise (useful while watching movies or listening to music), PureRead automatically adjusts drive parameters to minimize sound glitches during music playback, and QuickStart reduces by 40% the time between inserting a disc and that disc being ready.   

Being a Pioneer drive, the BDR-2207 drive supports a wide range of blank media.  Click on the "Specifications" tab to see all the media formats supported and the maximum read and write speeds for each format.  The Media Support List in the "Manuals & Brochures" tab shows the maximum read and write speeds for each Media ID (MID). doesn't exist until it exists twice! So secure your data by backing it up on a disc.


Drive Features

Store more data
…Up to 156% more data storage capacity than a 50GB Dual Layer Blu-ray Disc. The BDXL™ format supports BDXL Blu-ray media (including 128GB Quad Layer (QL) and 100GB Triple Layer (TL) Blu-ray Disc™).


Watch 3D movies
The BDR-2207 is 3D compatible and comes bundled with 3D playback software.  All you need for your 3D experience is a 3D display system3.
Faster burning
Up to 12x2 writing on BD-R single-layer and dual-layer discs.  6x writing on BD-R triple-layer and quad layer discs.
Get to your files faster
The amount of time between inserting a disc, and that disc being ready, has been reduced by 42%.  
Smooth movie playback
Scratches, fingerprints and other abnormalities on the surface of a disc can sometimes cause Blu-ray and DVD movie playback to stop.  When a PowerRead enabled drive is not able to read through obstructed areas of a disc, it will attempt to quickly move forward to the next available data point, resulting in smoother Blu-ray and DVD movie playback4.
A smarter drive
Pioneer drives with Auto Quiet mode, monitor how they are being used and will adjust their speed automatically – high speed for data transfer, and low speed for music or movie playback.
A better music experience
Scratches and fingerprints on your CDs can cause them to skip. A drive normally makes a calculated guess at the unreadable data and attempts to correct this to match the original music. However this is not 100% accurate. PureRead, when enabled, makes the drive reread the obscured data to extract the original music as accurately as possible5.
Wide blank media support
Pioneer strives to have best in class performance over a wide range of media – our drives achieve this for a large variety of BD and DVD media. Refer to the drive’s media support list for all supported media and the write speed that can be achieved.


CyberLink Software Included

PowerDVD 10 BD3D - Delivers award-winning playback quality for Blu-ray and DVD movies on a PC and supports Blu-ray Disc 3D playback.  Includes TrueTheater™ Technology which converts 2D video files and DVDs into a 3D experience and upscales standard-definition content to high-definition quality.

 PowerDirector® 9 - Edit and author your home video masterpieces to Blu-ray Disc or DVD, or upload them to social media sites.

Power2Go® 7 - Store and share valuable personal files on a secure and removable disc. 


Software Minimum System Requirements:

Operating System: Microsoft® Windows® 7, Vista® or XP SP3
Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E6750 (2.66MHz), AMD® Phenom 9450 (2.1GHz) or faster
Video Card: Intel G45, NVIDIA® GeForce® 8600GT, AMD Radeon® HD2600 or faster

HDCP6 compliant display required for Blu-ray playback

1024 x 768 minimum display resolution


2GB RAM required for Blu-ray playback

3GB RAM or greater recommended for editing HD video

Hard Disk Space:

5GB available space minimum

128GB or more available space required for creating quad-layer Blu-ray Discs

3D Playback: 3D display system required3


Write Support
  • CD-R, CD-RW
Read Support
Write Speed
  • BD-R SL/DL = 12x, BD-R TL/QL = 6x, BD-R LTH = 6x
  • BD-RE SL/DL/TL = 2x
  • 16x
  • 6x
  • 16x
  • 8x
  • 8x
  • 8x
  • 40x
  • 24x
Read Speed
  • BD-R SL/DL = 10x, BD-R TL/QL = 4x, BD-R LTH = 6x
  • BD-RE SL = 10x, BD-RE DL = 6x, BD-RE TL = 2x
  • 10x
  • 16x
  • 12x
  • DVD-R = 16x, DVD-RW = 12x
  • DVD+R = 16x, DVD+RW = 12x
  • 40x
  • 40x
  • 24x
Other Specifications
  • 4MB
  • Horizontal or Vertical
  • Serial ATA (SATA)
  • Windows 7, Vista, or XP SP3
  • 148 (W) x 42.3 (H) x 180 (D)
  • 750g or 1.65lbs
Date Description
Oct 31, 2012
BDR-2207 Firmware 1.30
Version Ver 1.30


WARNING - Improper flashing of firmware may result in an inoperable drive.  Never remove power to the drive in the middle of updating its firmware.  Ensure no disc/media is present in the drive when updating firmware.

DISCLAIMER: The firmware (FW) utilities listed here can cause permanent damage to your device if applied to an incorrect model. Before downloading any firmware updates, verify you are downloading the correct firmware.  In no event will Pioneer® Electronics (USA), Inc. be liable for any damages of any kind relating to the firmware Utilities downloadable through this site, including but not limited to, compensatory damages, lost profits, lost data or any from of special, incidental, indirect, consequential or punitive damages of any kind whether based on breach of contract or warranty, negligence, product liability or any other theory of liability. Pioneer Electronics (USA), Inc. disclaims implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.

    Frequently Asked Questions for the BDR-2207


    1. - When installing the CyberLink software, why do I get the message "This software can only be installed with a Pioneer device.  The setup will abort."?

    Answer: The BDR-2207 must be connected to the computer through a SATA cable when installing the CyberLink software. Please ensure the BDR-2207 is connected and recognized by the operating system and then restart the software installation.  


    2. - Can I see the files I burned to a BDXL disc on any Blu-ray drive?

    Answer: BDXL discs can only be read on BDXL drives.  


    3. - Can I use the BDR-2207 with other burning/playback/editing software?

    Answer: The BDR-2207 will work with newer software in a Windows 7, Vista, or XP SP3 environment.  However, as with all current Blu-ray drives, it will not work with playback software that does not support Bus Encryption. Bus Encryption was implemented into playback software in 2011.


    4. - What is the Peak Power Reducer feature?

    Answer: A small percentage of computers don't provide enough power to the drive during operation.  In the case of a write operation, an error will occur, and the disc will be useless.  To prevent this, the Peak Power Reducer feature, when enabled, monitors the power and can reduce the drive's peak power to ensure a stable operation.  


    5. - How can I change the PureRead, Auto Quiet Mode and Peak Power Reducer settings?

    Answer: PureRead, Auto Quiet Mode, and Peak Power Reducer can be configured as well as enabled and disabled with the Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility. This utility is provided on the CyberLink software disc. The utility is not automatically installed with the CyberLink software. To start the utility, go to “X:\Pioneer Drive Utilities\BDR-2207” where “X” is the drive where the Cyberlink software disc is loaded.  Ensure that the BDR-2207 is connected to the computer and then double click on “Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility.exe”.


    6. - I started the Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility. Why are all the options grayed-out and it says “Target is not found”?

    Answer: Ensure that the drive is connected and recognized by the computer before starting the utility. Ensure that the correct utility (BDR-2207) is used and not the BDR-XD04 utility. Connect the drive to the PC with a SATA cable and restart the BDR-2207 utility.


    7. - Why can’t I play Blu-ray titles or high definition copy protected content, but I can play DVDs?

    Answer: From January 1, 2012, all playback software is required to disable analog outputs from the PC for high-definition copy protected content. For such content, an HDCP display (monitor/TV) is required and it must be connected to the PC using a digital DVI (DVI-D), HDMI, or DisplayPort cable. The best way to know if a display supports HDCP is if it has HDMI inputs. The next best way is to look at the display's user manual. When playing non-copy-protected high definition video (such as home videos), or copy protected DVDs, the computer’s analog outputs are enabled and non-HDCP display systems will work. Note: This limitation is not applicable to notebook computers with built-in displays, only when using external monitors.


    Have additional questions? 

    Contact Pioneer Technical Support at: 800-872-4159