this will eventually make you laugh, cause I am not striving for highest burning speeds on DVD, but I am just looking for a solution to burn audio CDs and play them on the CD player in the living room, quite an oldfashioned issue
I already burnt quite some CDs in the past that were also playing well on this Kenwood CD player.
However since I have a new computer with an LG GH20N drive, this Kenwood player does no longer accept these CDs. However they playback well on other players in the car for instance.
I remarked that the written zone on the back of the CD is much less visible when burnt with this LG GH20N drive. As if it wouldn't use enough power.
On this site I saw that there are a couple of parameters, writing strategies etc. so I am asking myself whether there is not a way to get the drive burn the CDs a little "better".
I am using the Linux Brasero burning sw, but also under windows it didn't work. The CD brand I want to use is TEVION 52x.
Thanks in advance for your help (if there is any)