Originally posted by rdgrimes
Unfortunately, the evidence does not support this statement...
...And even in that case, the burn quality is no better than many high speed burns.
The evidence is in the CD-RW forum.
Those with the eyes (and most importantly, with the brains) can see and estimate everything on their own.
More often better ( needless to point this out !) or, as you like, not worse either.
Originally posted by joelmon
I still don't understand why people NEED to burn so fast...40x, 48x , 52x.....
To get a "kick" when seeing the drive CAPABLE of finishing the burning in 2.30 - 2.40, lol.
Joel, please just stay away from/don't get involved in this kinda polemics, 'coz it leads you nowhere.
You know what's best for your drive, the Yamaha and Plextor engineers definitely know much better
than anybody else of this thread's participants what's best when it comes to quality audio recording.