Never got it to read Blu-Ray discs. Normal DVDs worked fine. Tried it both on Windows and OSX with the exact same results. Insertion of a Blu-Ray disc never resulted in the OS being able to register a disc present. It seems others had the same issues. I had powered it via a high-power USB3 port as well as using the two cables included. Either way, the same issues observed. Ended up returning it and got a refund. Got a Samsung SE-506 instead which worked perfectly from the moment it was connected.
I got this set of four wall mounts for a new Onkyo 5.1 system I had bought.
The brackets are not the most beautiful things you've ever seen, but they do the job in holding the speakers in position. The main issue I had was that my speakers only had a keyhole mount and as a result, it was awkward to attach them to these brackets.
I ended up using a nut and bolt solution placing the bolt end into the keyhole, pushing it up into the upper lock positon and then tightening the speaker side of the bracket to the speaker itself. Then I only needed to mount the wall bracket and re-attach the two parts together.
Its a common enough technique I found mentioned on various audio forums. But this issue was purely the fault of Onkyo not including a thread mount on their speakers.