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20X recorder from Yamaha - 20X recorder from Yamaha
Sat, November 10 2001 | 2:09PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Before the high speed CD-Recorders was released (12X and above) the actual time it took to create a CD was very simple to calculate. All you had to do was to divide the time of the content you were supposed to burn with the speed rating of the burner. As we know, this isn't the case today because of the different techniques used to reach high recording-speeds. This is exactly the case with CD-readers, which has used CAV, and P-CAV for quite some time. Yamaha was one of the first manufacturers to implement P-CAV into their burners. Since I personally think Z-CLV is unnecessary and requires extra Burn-Proof operations, P-CAV is probably what we will see more of in the future."
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