normally, there is no audible difference. But the disc may be playable in old, picky CD players, where discs burnt with other drives won’t play at all or with distortions.
My brain said that too , but after a lill search i found this:
[B]What is Jitter ?[/B]
[B]How does Jitter sound ?[/B]
And then from the 2’nd link:
Since it is commonly believed, that audible differences between
CD & CD-R,
Ennemoser / C37 CDs,
“demagnetized” CDs or Bedini “ultra clarified” CDs,
principally everything that you can do to your CD,
are due to [B]reading errors, or different capabilities of the transport to extract the original audio data, we can now be sure, that this is not the case.[/B]
The reading of the CD is performed immaculately even by todays cheapest players (or at least by the cheapest Philips CD players).
[B][COLOR=“Red”]Audible differences in these cases are generated by jitter[/B].[/COLOR]
So if i’m right , the digital 0&1 can be read correctly from both records , but ,
better burned CD => less jitter => less jitter in D/A convertor of CD-player => better D/A conversion => better sound quality in output of CD-Player.
So the worse the CD-Player unit , the more audible difference between normal & A.M.Q.R burn.
Again referring to the 2’nd link:
[I]“Less jitter” sounds better, much better!
o improved ease of listening
o increased clarity
o improved high frequency response
o better instrument separation
o more information
o better timing
o better soundstage
o improved overall audio performance[/I]