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Re: File format cd:s?

Subject: Re: File format cd:s?
From: "Julius Thyssen" <>
Date: Fri, 17 Feb 2006 14:24:37 -0000
--- In   wrote:

> Dan, Mitsui still sells CDR blanks that are "digital audio" capable,

If I were you I wouldn't rely on a brand-name
for the quality of your CDR. They vary a lot.
Read this:

Of course it's always best to burn a CDDA (44.1 kHz/16 bit PCM)
at the lowest speed available. That way not only the burning laser
has more time to do its work, the material has more time to
change temperature while in the process of heavy surface-changes,
giving it a more coherent size positioning and flow.
Positioning of the 'groove' is very important for CDDA,
there are much less options for error-correction while playing
an audio CD than with a data CD.


P.S. Some info on CDDA:


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