I had this other problem with the W4824TA, with my first unit, TLA#0000, August 2002, Made in Japan.
It is a fault with the drive, no matter what software, PC setup, CD-R discs, burn speed, WAV file, VariRec (+2/+1/0/-1/-2) on the fly etc... Where ever I played a written audio CD-R, I always had that static coming from the right channel... Any setup, ie. Master/Slave/ Promise U133 controller, firmware versions 1.00, 1.01, 1.02, 1.03 - I still had the problem. It read perfectly, had the vibration issue (because it didn't have the new mold [pre October mfg date] and even on data CD's it would write sectors unreadable in various software...
How did I fix, got it replaced with a brand spanking new W4824TA SE, TLA#0103, Dec 2002, Made In Japan = a perfect unit!
Is this it also, or only when performing DAE? - are you positively sure its the extracted WAV, or the recorded WAV? I have seen quite a few cases of my problem and the W4824TA in early harware revisions unfortunately. If it is the extracted WAV - forget it, I threw this in as an insight incase you mistaken